Eric Wright Charitable Trust purchased the Water Park Estate on Coniston Water in March 1998 and converted the former mansion house into a residential outdoor adventure centre.
The stunning lakeside venue at Water Park Lakeland Adventure Centre offers bespoke outdoor experiences primarily for school groups on either a residential or daily basis. Almost three quarters of groups are Primary Schools who use the centre to increase their pupil’s teamwork skills, life skills and resilience. Corporate groups can also use the centre, opting for courses that are specifically designed to meet the company’s requirements, with evening entertainment available to enjoy at the end of the day.
Water Park can teach skills in most outdoor disciplines and can even offer accredited courses for those who may wish to pursue a career in Outdoor Education.
Full and half day courses are available with a selection of activities. Courses are designed following a discussion of the individual group’s needs and wishes. Please refer to the Outdoor Activities Page for example activities.
The old kennels building is a dedicated environmental base for completing stream studies, artwork and river studies.
National Governing Body Courses
Walking / Climbing
Sailing / Power Boat
White Water Skills
Multi Pitch Rock Climbing
Mountain Walking Skills
Dinghy Sailing Improvers
Corporate and INSET Courses
Well done @EWCivils - well deserved! https://t.co/QddvItPEEg
Fair play to the EWC operations managers last night for their team building skills - https://t.co/QoJUljZzVc check… https://t.co/k7ab8d7yBe
Fair play to the EWC Operations Managers, Mark Ferrie, John Hartnett and Ian Rodgers for their teambuilding skills. The Trafford Soccer Power League centre in Manchester played host to a bit of 5 a side football. Well done to Mark Ferrie's team who stormed into first position winning both of their matches ....... bad shorts award goes to John Hartnett!
Follow the link to find out about a day in the life of our Eric Wright Facilities Management managing director, Connal O'Brien: http://bit.ly/2q0qv9y