Calvert Trust Exmoor is the South West’s premier outdoor activity destination for people with all types of disabilities, welcoming over 4,000 guests a year with the philosophy of “At Calvert Trust Exmoor it’s what you CAN do that counts.”
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of Exmoor National Park, the accessible residential adventure centre enables people of any age and ability to experience exciting, challenging and enjoyable activity holidays, together with their family and friends.
The 5 star rated residential centre offers activities specifically designed and equipped to cater for all, including climbing, archery, horse riding, sailing, accessible cycling and many others.
The centre has also been accredited by the National Accessible Scheme as being suitable for older and less mobile guests, part-time wheelchair users, independent wheelchair users, assisted wheelchair users, visually impaired guests and hearing impaired guests.
You can read more about Calvert Trust Exmoor's approach to accessibility here - www.calvert-trust.org.uk/access
Many guests are surprised by how much they can do at Calvert Trust Exmoor, as recent guest Sarah Davies put it: “Just had possibly our best holiday ever. The food was gorgeous, the accommodation spotless and comfortable, and the activities, well, I didn't imagine myself doing half of what we did but we loved every minute.”
£50 Fun for Forces Families
We can offer weekend breaks for serving, reserve and Veteran /Ex-military families where someone in the family has a disability, for just £50 per person. This is for any disability and includes physical or learning disabilities, ADHD, autism and challenging behaviour, visual or hearing impairment and post-traumatic stress disorder.
It’s funded through the Armed Forces Covenant and we're keen to ensure as many families as possible benefit from this service.
To find out more, please see £50 Fun for Forces Families on our website.
Cognition and learning, Communication and Interaction, Sensory and/or physical development difficulties , Medical conditions , Emotional, social & mental health difficulties.
Early years, Primary, Secondary, Post 16, Transition to adult services.
Education Service, Health and/or Social Care Service , Specialist Educational Setting and/or Outreach Service, Targeted Service & Specialist Practitioners .