During our 37 years of operation Mill on the Brue has always attempted to be as inclusive as possible.
It is tough enough for a child to have to cope with a disability but to then be refused access to an outdoor centre with the oppurtunity of enjoying all the activities and games which more able children can try is a double blow.
Over the years we have welcomed groups from The Haemophiliac Society, Royal Institute for the Blind which then became Action for the Blind, The Deaf Society, and individual children with a range of disabilities from serious allergies to physical handicaps. We have always tried to adapt the surroundings, the activities and our approach to ensure that the child has experienced the very best we can provide.
All our staff have regular training in adapting their instructional style and access to the activities and also catering and housekeeping.