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Courses for 2019 – Walking, Mountain Biking & More

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Hill & Moorland Leader Courses

Are you interested in being able to lead groups on the hills and moorlands of the UK including the Peak District, Dartmoor, Exmoor, the Yorkshire Dales and the Cheviots?  We still have limited spaces available on our HML Assessment course on the 4th – 6th of May.  For more information regarding the course please take a look at the Mountain Training website or get in touch via email at courses@thornbridgeoutdoors.co.uk.

British Cycling Level 2 Mountain Biking Leadership Award

Time and spaces are running out if you would like to book on to the British Cycling level 2 Mountain Bike Leadership Award Training course that we are running on the 11th and 12th of May.  This course is perfect for keen mountain bikers looking to improve their knowledge of leading groups on off-road terrain.  The majority of the two day training course is practical and you will be riding in both the limestone White Peak and gritstone Dark Peak areas; giving you a great variety of terrain to learn on.  For more information about this course, please visit the British Cycling website or get in touch at courses@thornbridgeoutdoors.co.uk.

First Aid Courses

We have a number of 2 day outdoor first aid courses coming up (which are suitable for outdoor NGB award holders), the next available dates are:

To book your place, please submit a course enquiry form by following the links above.

Weekend Accommodation Availability

We have a few dates available between now and the end of May of 2019, so if you fancy a get together with family or friends or to celebrate that special occasion get in touch soon:

19-22 April Woodlands (3 nights minimum for a bank holiday weekend)
3-6 May – Base Camp with Teepees (3 nights minimum for a bank holiday weekend)
10-12 May – Farm House, Woodlands and Base Camp and Teepees
17-19 May – Woodlands and 2 The Woodlands
24-27 May – Woodlands and Base Camp with Teepees (3 nights minimum for a bank holiday weekend)

       

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