Break Away in the spotlight

Break Away have been coming to Wiston Lodge for several years and in early March enjoyed a great week of activities – and some lovely spring weather. The Edinburgh-based group supports carers by providing respite trips and residentials, and the young adults with Break Away have got to know our

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Holiday club

Our top priority is keeping visitors and staff safe. In line with current government guidance concerning the coronavirus we’ve decided to cancel the Easter holiday club. We are watching developments closely and if it is safe for us to offer activities for children as the situation improves we will make

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February activity day

We are running an activity day with outdoor adventure and creative play on 12 February. For children aged 5-12 a fun-packed day costs £30 per child, 9.30am-3.30pm. To book contact the team on 01899 850228, contact us, or complete the booking form at the link below. Spaces are limited so

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Archery instructor course

We are running an archery instructor course on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th March 2020. MRM archery will deliver the Archery GB Archery Instructor Award qualification at Wiston Lodge. Cost is £230 per person, which includes Archery GB registration, course fee, all learning materials and equipment, all tuition, final assessment,

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Ten-year milestone for visiting students

Check out these pictures by Ross Campbell of the latest additions to our grounds. Since 2009, Strathclyde University’s first-year architecture students have come to Wiston Lodge to design and build wooden structures that help join up the landscape with the people.  Over the years about 90 structures have helped our instructors

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Little Lodge to be reborn

It’s been home to our outdoor equipment and instructors for many years, and as the year draws to a close the Little Lodge has come down, about to be replaced by a new purpose-built facility. The instructors vacated in October and the building has now been demolished to make way

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