Lledr Hall is Salford City Council’s vibrant and dynamic outdoor education Centre situated in the heart of the magnificent Snowdonia National park. The Centre provides high quality residential outdoor education programmes to schools, adults and community groups.
The Centre provides a wide range of appropriate and achievable outdoor adventurous activities designed to suit all ages and abilities.
Lledr Hall has an excellent safety record and has been inspected under the terms of the Adventurous Activities Act and passed to provide the following activities:
It is possible to either concentrate solely on the specific skills required in a particular activity, or to focus on the group work and problem-solving issues raised when people have to work together. Many courses integrate both within a framework of personal and social education.
Staffed by qualified teachers who hold additional National Governing Body Awards for the activities they lead, the Centre is an ideal base from which participants can explore the challenging environment of the Lledr valley and the Snowdonia Mountains beyond.
The 19th Century Main Hall is now linked to our new building. Completed in March 2006, the new barrier-free building at Lledr Hall has been financed in partnership with The Big Lottery, and The Booth Charity. The Centre, set within 5 hectares of grounds, provides a residential base for groups of 32 students and accompanying staff.
If you require a more specific focus on the dynamics of successful teamwork we can design a programme for your group, be they school pupils, trainees, middle-managers or work colleagues.
Whatever the age, ability or interest of your group, Lledr Hall and the surrounding Snowdonia National Park has something for everyone.