Tuesday, 31 July 2012

More Summer Activities on Offer

Fancy doing canoeing or a zip wire over the River Swale?
Then come along and have a session with us
Available now till 17th August and then from 2nd September onwards
Climbing, abseiling, High Ropes and Archery also on offer too

Friday, 27 July 2012

Did you visit Reeth Market today?

If so you would have seen the Friends of Marrick Priory who had a stall selling homemade jam and cakes to raise funds for the Priory.

Thanks to all for their efforts - can't wait to find out how much the Friends have raised!  Watch this space....

Farewell to CF XTRA

CF XTRA and their young leaders are leaving us this afternoon after their weeks stay. They travelled from all over the UK from as far north as Perth to Taunton in the South West! They had a great time - really enjoying the high ropes and raft building sessions as well as their own group activities. Thanks for coming - See you next year!

Thursday, 12 July 2012

What a week.....

55 children from Heathfield Primary in Darlington have just left the Priory - they all had a great time.

Most loved the canoeing, high ropes and zip wire over the River Swale the best - Oh as well as the FOOD!

See you next year!

Monday, 9 July 2012

Here's what Branton St Wilfreds Primary School say ......

* Great experience for us to try out new things
*  Loved the bonfire evening as we could spend time with other people from our class who were not in our activity group
*The staff were so kind and cheerful and really encouraging
*Food was ace!
*Had such a great time - best time in my life

Thank you

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Holidaying in the Dales this year?

Are you going to be on holiday in the Dales this summer?
If so, why not contact us and arrange a half day or full day activity session - the more in your group the better
Activities for the young and not so young!!
Email us for more information
Hope to see you at Marrick Priory soon

Monday, 2 July 2012

Strawberry Tea - a great Success!

Yesterday, the Friends of Marrick Priory held their summer strawberry tea at the Priory.  With Reeth Brass Band playing in the chapel, visitors eating fresh scones with jam and cream, and children abseiling down the church tower and zipwiring across the field, a great time was had by all.
All proceeds from the day will go towards the Priory's bursary fund which enables young people from families experiencing  financial hardship to attend a residential.