Our unique Grade II listed building has a rich history that far outdates the short time we have called it home. In a bid to improve the quality of drinking water in London, the Castle was built as a water pumping station between 1852 to1856. The building’s original use soon became obsolete – by 1971 the Metropolitan Water Board made a bid to tear it down and redevelop the site. Thankfully with the support or local residents and historical associations this magnificent building was maintained. In 1993 we took it over, opening the Castle Climbing Centre to the public in 1995.
** SOLD OUT** - Please note Wells 1 will be shut for this workshop on 18th & 19th Jan at the following times:
Do you ever say 'take'? Suffer from red point nerves? Do you feel like your head is holding you back? Do you love that feeling of being 'in the zone' and want it to be the norm, not the exception? Don't let your physical training go to waste. Climb!
Join Hazel on 18th and 19th January to learn some mental training techniques for your climbing.
Over the past five years The Castle has built up a reputation for delivering a quality inclusive service for people with disabilities. With a growing work base we are now recruiting for an instructor to work in our Inclusive Climbing Programme.