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An opportunity to be part of our lively reception team at The Castle has arisen! 

We are looking for a receptionist to work on our busy front desk 12-15 hours a week. Flexibility is essential as the shifts are varied and cover weekdays, evenings and some weekends. 

A friendly open manner, enthusiastic attitude towards excellent customer service and a high standard of written and spoken English is essential. The ideal candidate should be computer literate and have previous experience in customer service roles. An interest in climbing and sustainability is an advantage.

Join us in the garden for the Big 

Ropes

If you're gear obsessed and want to work with other like minded individuals, drop us an email.


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!

Session Ad

*Please note due to a high number of applications we have decided to close the applications for this early - we're no longer recruiting for a facilitator. 

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. 


If you're available to work:

We are hiring

If you want to work in a fun environment with like-minded people drop us an email.

Red Szell - Darren Lennard
Photo: Darren Lennard

Part 2 of Red Szell's blog feature's Am Buachaille, a 10 mile tandem bike ride and 30m swim, followed by the prospect of getting stranded on top of this iconic sea stack. 


Following from my last blog, I can now reveal the second project that Matthew and I hope to tackle this year.  

We've got a weekend of spring celebrations coming up this month.
 
The first is a Spring Equinox Celebration on Saturday 24th March,
from 12 to 5 pm.

Spring is a time of new beginnings; we'll be setting intentions, planning adventures, and visualising what we'd like to grow over the coming year.

There'll be:

- creative writing and drawing activities

- gardening/food growing Q&A

- spring crafts and nature games for children, plus a nature trail/egg hunt.

 

Yogi and writer Sophie Lewis delves into Jen Randall's latest film, Psycho Vertical, and the man that inspired it. 


“It was no longer about the joy of climbing, but simply the struggle of it”. Andy Kirkpatrick brought his award-winning film Psycho Vertical to the Royal Institution lecture theatre in central London on the 5th of February.

Garden Wild

Castle Wild is an after school club which takes place on Wednesdays (term-time only) from 4.45 - 6.30pm, for children aged 7 - 13.

The structure of each session follows a natural rhythm that incorporates sharing and listening as a group, playing and making up games to warm up and to hone our animal senses, themed focussed activities such as foraging, bushcraft, and craft-making, and learning through free play; making, building, imagining, observing and discovering the wonders of nature.

Photo: Ed Wong

Want to start projecting*? Check out GB team member and Castle crusher Jo's tips for finding the perfect project!

*For those of you starting out, projecting is the process of finding a climb at or near your limit and slowly chipping away at it... Until you successfully complete the climb. Go crush.

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