Staff Team-build Days

In the new climate of working from home it can be difficult not to feel isolated and not part of the team that you only see through a screen on a video-call. Gathering in person indoors even for work can be difficult too. How do you come together as a

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Reopening update

Hello to all our friends and supporters. I thought this would be a good time to update everyone on how things are at Wiston Lodge. Firstly, we hope everyone is safe and well. We are looking forward to having all our regular groups back, as well as new visitors. Wiston

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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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Sponsor Bill – A Mile a Tile

With a weather-proof house so important for Wiston Lodge’s work, the roof repairs are vital. Thanks to Bill’s efforts the first phase of work can begin. He has previously raised money for charities by cycling the length of the country. This time Bill was joined by two friends, Trevor Bailey

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