Tin Shed Experience present a competition for the New Year in association with our good friends at Morfa Bay Adventure. To enter please follow the link http://www.tinshedexperience.co.uk/morfa-bay-adventure-competition.html
KICK OFF YOUR NEW YEAR DIET
WITH A WEEKEND ACTIVITY BREAK AT MORFA BAY ADVENTURE
The winner will receive the following:
- One night bed and breakfast for two people
- 4 on site activities of their choice. Choose from: Abseiling, Climbing Wall, High Ropes, Zip Line, Mud Assault Course, Surf Ski-ing, Archery, Axe Throwing & Mountain Biking
To be in with a chance of winning simply answer this very easy question…….
How many people can Morfa Bay accommodate?
Answer can be found at http://morfabay.com/
A group of young people and their leaders have arrived for a weeks residential at the centre to include work shops and adventurous activities.
After their journey down from sunny London they have arrived to beautiful Carmarthenshire and rain,rain and more rain!
This certainly hasn’t dampened any of their spirits and every now and then the sun peaks through to give some respite.
This afternoon the group are participating in Sea Activities at Pendine with hopefully plenty of surf for all participants !
After an afternoon of getting wet they will all certainly be looking forward to chilling out in the games room around the log burner and following this Di’s homemade curry night.
Both school’s have arrived safely at Morfa Bay.
Excited children have been busy unpacking in their dorms and following a hearty lunch are ready to start their adventurous activity programme. Activities to include Woodland Scramble,Abseiling,Climbing,Archery,Mountain Bike track, Muddy Assault course to name but a few.
This evening after dinner they will head out on the Morfa Bychan hike before returning to the centre for hot chocolate and after a busy afternoon and evening a well earned restful night.
Morfa Bay together with the whole of the welsh nation are waiting with anticipation for the big game on Saturday.
With Jon (Fox )Davies hailing from this part of Wales and having visited Morfa Bay as a little lad we wish both him and the rest of the team good luck in their semi final against France they have indeed earned their spot.
Thankfully for all the staff working Saturday morning the clients visiting the centre from Abercynon have forwarded the news they desperately want to watch the game so activities have been delayed until the final whistle.
So Jono, Rhys, Nick, Andy & Hannah who all thought they had drawn the short straw this weekend enjoy your bacon/sausage baguettes while cheering the guys on and lets hope they can go one step closer to that coveted trophy.
The centre had the pleasure of hosting St Edwards school this week.
The children have participated in a variety of adventurous activities together with their accompanying staff.
Thursday the party set out on their annual Pilgrimage to Tenby returning to the centre for their evening meal and final night Disco.
The children have indeed been a credit to both their school and families with all Instructors commenting throughout the week on their impeccable manners and enthusiasm/participation in all activities and tasks.
Friday we say farewell and wish them all a safe journey home and look forward to welcoming the school again next year.
Today the centre has it’s annual inspection by the AALA.
Mr John Cliffe is spending the day at the centre observing some of the activities,meeting instructors,checking on qualifications, equipment and all centre policies and procedures relating to Health and Safety.
Not only does this inspection encourage good working practices by the centre but it also gives visiting clients the comfort and assurance that the centre is checked on a regular basis by a professional external organisation.