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The Outdoor Partnership

03 September 2022

Thanks to our grant of £7,010, The Outdoor Partnership have been able to provide rock climbing opportunities for children and young people with chronic health conditions, disabilities and neurodiversity conditions through their ‘Inclusive Climbing Club' program. 

The aim of the charity’s ‘Inclusive Climbing Club’ is to give participants confidence, independence and provide them with numerous health and wellbeing benefits as well as other transferable skills that will enhance their opportunities in all aspects of life.

Tracey Evans, CEO of The Outdoor Partnership said: “It's fantastic to receive this great funding from the Morrisons Foundation for our ‘Inclusive Climbing Club’ project covering Gwent and South Powys.”

“We've been running inclusive adventure programmes in North Wales for a number of years with great success, and the fact that we now have Development Officers based across most of Wales means that we can build on this success and offer even more opportunities for people across Wales.”

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