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01943 602032


Nell Bank Centre, Denton Rd, Ilkley, LS29 0DE


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Nell Bank Outdoor Education Centre & Adapted Lodge

What does it do?
Nell Bank is an Outdoor Education Centre for children and young people of all ages and abilities. In partnership with the Specialist Inclusion Project Nell Bank offer short break weekends for families who meet the Bradford short breaks criteria. The centre has a specialist, inclusive residential lodge as well as a mobility vehicle to ensure visitors can really get the most of their stay. The centre offers outdoor activity programmes from its 20 acre site on Denton Road Ilkley. Activities are varied and can be tailored to meet families/groups specific needs – from programmes that follow the story of the Gruffalo and pond dipping to team building sessions and family fun days, the centre has something to offer everyone.

Who is it for?
Children and young people with disabilities/additional needs

How do I access it?
Contact Nicola Norris/Nell Bank directly to discuss the needs of your family or group Nicola Norris 07582101307 Nell Bank 01943 602032

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