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Mill Adventure Base Development

13 Sep 2020

Nottinghamshire County Council is expanding the range of facilities available at its Outdoor Centre in Sutton-in-Ashfield. Located on the banks of Kings Mill Reservoir. Mill Adventure Base will be adding a 12 metre Climbing & Abseiling Tower plus a 12-metre-tall high ropes course with 13 different obstacles including a rope ladder, seesaw and trapeze jump. There will also be a 100 metre zip wire.


 

Construction work is now underway at the site and the plan is to open the new facilities at the end of the year. 

Councillor Tracey Taylor, vice chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council’s children and young people’s committee, said: “The new climbing tower and high rope activities will provide a wealth of fun, adventure and challenge for Nottinghamshire young people, nurturing resilience, determination and a sense of accomplishment.“The project demonstrates the county council’s commitment to investing in our children and young people by creating a facility that will improve the lives of all regardless of their background or ability”.

The Mill Adventure Base is one of six outdoor centres operated by Notts Outdoors, the outdoor and environmental education service from Nottinghamshire County Council. Their centres have been awarded the Good To Go Mark, and are currently operating safely with Covid-19 restrictions in place.

Source: NottinghamshireLive


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