Changes are to take place next week to the ground floor Boiler House with more top rope routes available.
As most of you will know, in the past couple of years we have worked hard to create more (much needed) tall lead walls. Whilst we have a quite a number of lead routes on the shorter walls (8m) downstairs in the Boiler House, these have never been as popular as the tall lead walls (12.5m) upstairs in the Engine House next to the café.
Fri 8/1/2016 at 17:32 by Claire Lee
Saturday 16th January
7.30 - 11pm
The event will be held in the Cafe/Lead area
What's a Disco Soup?!?
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Fri 18/12/2015 at 12:06 by Audrey
Meet our new CEO – Duncan Howard
Fri 4/12/2015 at 17:46 by Claire Lee
The Castle glows bright for its 20th birthday!
20 years have passed since the Castle was born as a climbing centre from its origins as a Victorian water pumping station. Rich in history and architecturally unique, this North London gem that is a community for many climbers deserved a good birthday bash. And wow did we have one!
Fri 4/12/2015 at 15:30 by Audrey
What a year it’s been! The Castle continues to grow and develop in terms of the climbing we offer, our services and our team. We celebrated twenty years in grand style with a UV climbing competition. Throughout our journey, we’ve been driven by our mission to be Europe’s leading climbing centre. This year, in anticipation of our busiest year, we focused our investment on the facilities that were under the most strain: the men’s changing room, lockers and Reception.
Tue 24/11/2015 at 10:39 by Claire Lee
THE CASTLE CAFÉ NEEDS A PART-TIME CHEF
The Castle Café is looking for a chef who is passionate about sustainable vegetarian and vegan food and will be excited about working with our existing kitchen team and our garden team to produce great value, healthy food for hungry climbers!
Wed 11/11/2015 at 18:31 by Rosa
The Castle is looking for an energetic, creative & self-motivated person to join the team as Café Manager for a Maternity Leave cover contract.
Tue 10/11/2015 at 12:06 by Claire Lee
A football sized area of land filled with makeshift plastic tents is home to about 3000 refugees from around the world, meters away from Calais' ferry port.
The refugees have travelled from Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Egypt and most recently Syria, fleeing war and oppression that has engulfed their countries, leaving them with little choice but to abandon their homes.
Thu 5/11/2015 at 16:26 by Paul
The Castle Shop is looking for enthusiastic, gear-obsessed climbers, with experience in retail, to help explain & sell our kit and caboodle.