If you are thinking of bringing your dog climbing in London, then here’s everything you need to know.
Can I bring my dog climbing?
Different indoor walls have different policies. At the Castle, you can bring your dog as long as it’s off peak – meaning weekdays before 6pm.
During our busier, peak hours you will not be able to climb with your dog. If you’re unsure, please call ahead – don’t just show up with your dog as we may have to turn you away.
Wed 15/5/2019 at 17:47 by Gina Lawrence
We’ve spotted a worrying development around The Castle lately. Our duty managers have spotted a new harness appearing on our climbers, which are currently on sale through websites like Amazon and claim to be proper climbing harnesses. Unfortunately, they are not.
Thu 9/5/2019 at 0:30 by Lauren Ballard
A celebration of renewable energy and sustainable technologies!
Saturday 18th May
12 - 6 pm
Thu 25/4/2019 at 11:10 by Lauren Ballard
This Saturday 27th April, is T
Wed 3/4/2019 at 7:24 by Amy Yates
Tue 19/3/2019 at 13:27 by Amy Yates
We've partnered with Paraclimbing London to bring you an exciting event on Sunday 7th April! The Paraclimbing London crew will be in the Centre having a climbing meet-up and you're all invited.
The group's focus is to make climbing more accessible, reducing barriers a paraclimber may face at the wall. Join us to discover a new way of climbing and learn more about the group.
Mon 11/3/2019 at 10:43 by Lauren Ballard
Spring is on the way...
Come celebrate the start of spring in the garden
on Saturday 23rd March
from 12 - 5 pm
Thu 21/2/2019 at 11:08 by Amy Yates
The Castle Shop is looking for enthusiastic, gear-obsessed climbers, with experience in retail, to help explain and sell our kit and caboodle.
Is this you? Then we want to hear from you!
Wed 13/2/2019 at 7:26 by Amy Yates
THE CASTLE CAFÉ is looking for a CHEF who is passionate about sustainable, veggie & vegan food.
Sound like you? Get in touch!
An experienced chef, used to working in commercial kitchens
Flexible and creative approach to cooking, able to make the most of our seasonal garden produce
Able to cook both savoury and sweet dishes to a high standard
A professional manner and good communicator
Able to work independently: planning menus, budgeting for dishes and ordering
Knowledge of food hygiene and allergens
Tue 12/2/2019 at 8:41 by Amy Yates
We're looking for someone to help us run the Session!
This is a social drop-in service offered to registered climbers at the Castle, overseen by one of our facilitators. Your role would be to facilitate the meeting of like-minded people to climb together. These are not coaching sessions, and facilitators are not expected to provide instruction or give coaching tips.