The Castle is looking for enthusiastic, flexible people to join our Duty Managing team.
Duty Managers have responsibility for the operation of the centre during opening hours and act as the designated First Aider when the centre is open. They provide a reference point for all the day’s activities for both staff and customers; they ensure that safety procedures are followed and they provide a friendly, efficient service for our customers while supporting the staff in the centre working in their specialist roles.
Fri 9/9/2016 at 16:56 by Claire Lee
Our September Garden event is Urban Harvest Feast Day
A time to celebrate all the wonderful food that we've enjoyed from the garden throughout the year, and all the efforts of people and creatures that have helped it to flourish.
Mon 5/9/2016 at 17:37 by Claire Lee
Assistant to Maintenance Manager at The Castle
The Castle is looking for an enthusiastic and highly organized individual to work closely with the Maintenance Manager to help with a wide variety of tasks to ensure the continual maintenance of the centre as required.
If you are able to:
Wed 31/8/2016 at 18:06 by Claire Lee
Part of the Castle's drive to improve both the climbing and the facilities for all who visit the centre is to make some improvements to the women's changing rooms and toilet facilities, which are long overdue.
At the moment we are still in discussions with the designers and to be able to direct the refurbishments in the way we would like we would really some input from you ladies as you're the ones who will benefit from the improvements.
If you ask your non-climbing friends whether they’re sporty, quite often it’ll be mainly men who put their hands up. From the women, you’re more likely to hear “I’m no good at sport” to “I’m just not interested.” This gender difference is marked.
Research carried out by Sport England revealed that two million fewer women than men are active. However, 75 percent of those women said they want to do more sport.
Tue 28/6/2016 at 17:06 by Claire Lee
Since the beginning of 2015 over a million refugees have arrived by boat to the Greek Islands.
In that time over 600 000 life jackets and 10 000 rubber dinghies have been discarded on the shores of Lesvos.