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Borwick Hall

We're excited to announce our first LGBT+ event which will be held at the impressive location of Borwick Hall in Lancashire! Borwick Hall is a beautiful Manor House nestled between the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

What's included?

The weekend includes accommodation for two nights, all activities and three meals (2x breakfasts, 1x lunch).

Friday - 29th November 2019:
Arrive in the evening for a meet and greet.

Saturday - 30th November 2019:

Hike - A not-too-difficult hike up Arnside Knott in this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Paddle to the Pub - canoe along the canal to the Longlands Inn. Have a drink and then paddle back!

Sunday - 1st December 2019:
Low Ropes Course - a 'Go Ape' style course but lower to the ground, including a water hazard. 

Archery - some target practice allowing you to get in touch with your inner Robin Hood!

The weekend ends at lunchtime on Sunday, giving you enough time to travel home. If you would like a packed lunch on the Sunday to take with you, please let us know if advance.

The accommodation at Borwick Hall is bunkhouse style – a little bit like a youth hostel and in an amazing building and grounds! There are showers, toilets, a kitchen with tables and ‘hang-out’ area for socialising. Bedding and pillows are provided but please bring a towel with you.

Transport/Getting there
The weekend is based at Borwick Hall, Borwick, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 1JU.
Driving – If you are driving, the postcode is LA6 1JU, 2 miles off Junction 36 on the M6, North West England.

Train - If you are travelling by train, Lancaster Station is under 2.5 hours from London Euston (direct), 2 hours from Birmingham (direct), 2 hours from Glasgow or Edinburgh (direct) and 1 hour from Manchester (direct). It is then a 15 minute taxi ride to Borwick Hall from Lancaster Station (we recommend you book a taxi in advance).

Arrival is anytime from 6pm to 10pm (please contact us in advance if you think you will be later). Most people will arrive around 8pm. 

Food and Drink
Food for three meals will be provided:

- Breakfast on Saturday is included (selection of cereals, toasts and jams) 

- Lunch on Saturday is included (packed lunches consisting of a sandwich, snack bar, crisps, fruit and a drink)

- Evening meal on Saturday is not included (we will walk along the canal to a lovely pub, The Longlands)

- Breakfast on Sunday is included (selection of cereals, toasts and jams)

- The event will finish at lunch time on Sunday. If you wish to have a packed lunch to take with you on your journey home this can be arranged in advance for a small additional charge. 

Please let us know when booking if you have any dietary requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions
Attending alone - the vast majority of people attend by themselves and so everyone is in the same boat (almost literally when we paddle to the pub!). 
Clothing or equipment - any specialist equipment for activities provided. If you have walking boots and/or an outdoor jacket then please bring them, otherwise a pair of trainers and a coat will be just fine.
Experience - you do not need prior experience for the activities - most people won't have done the activities before and the instructors and guides will help everyone through.

LGBT - LGBT is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.

Discounts for friends
If you have any friends that you think would enjoy this trip also, please do see if they’d like to come along – the more the merrier. If you buy two or more tickets in one transaction please use code 'Friends10' at check-out to receive 10% off each ticket.




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