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The Castle Shop is looking for enthusiastic, gear-obsessed climbers, with experience in retail, to help explain and sell our kit and caboodle.


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THE CASTLE  CAFÉ  IS LOOKING FOR an enthusiastic, staff member to join our fantastic team.


Is this you? Then we want to hear from you! 

Join us in the garden this Sunday for Apple Day, from 11am - 4pm.

Take part in fruit pressing workshops all day- if you can, bring some apples from your garden and take home some juice (please bring an empty bottle).

There'll be apple games and art & crafts for all ages. Plus refreshments- delicious, hearty snacks made from food surplus, and of course... juice!

The event is a collaboration between the Castle Garden team and food campaigners Feedback.

 

Castle Wild will restart for the autumn term on Friday 12th October. 

The sessions will now run monthly, on the 2nd Friday of each month, from 4.30-6.30 pm. 

Each session will have a theme such as Fire / Earth / or Shelters!

Please book in advance online or at reception.

 

For further information contact: events@castle-climbing.co.uk

 

Every October universities from around London, such as UCL,LSE bring new climbers to the Castle to let them try climbing for the first time. We are delighted that they have chosen the Castle as a space for their new climbing club members to have a go and learn the ropes in a safe environment.

At the Castle we work closely with the clubs to make sure there is minimum disruption to the centre due to the large numbers of new climbers. We want to also keep our current customers, you guys, in the loop about this.

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Curious about the new Wild Country Revo belay device? Staff Member and coach, Jock on a Rope shares his thoughts...


I am what you would call a dyed in the wool Gri-Gri lover/abuser and I don’t mean the sad impersonators of late, no I am referring to the original and best. So you can imagine when I was offered up the use of the new spangly kid on the block (we have seen this before) REVO from Wild Country, I wasn’t exactly chomping at the bit to have a go. 


When you start a new sport and have an endless stream of motivation, it’s hard to imagine the psyche will ever run out. Down the line, most climbers will recognise it’s common to have the odd motivational slump. Fear not, in this instalment, Anoushé provides us with her top tips to tackle the times when motivation runs low. 

Photo: Ben Grubb

Anoushé

In the build up to Paraclimbing London's next public event, we're releasing two incredible articles from Anoushé Husain, the groups founder and Castle sponsored athlete. In this article Anoushé explores what (and who) motivates us to climb. 


Why did you start climbing?

I started because a friend of mine thought it would be a great way of rehabilitating myself following cancer treatment. When I ask other climbers how they started, it’s often because someone they know is already climbing or they have come upon the sport without planning to and decided to try it out.

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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!

Red is a Rock Climber, Adventurer, Author and first blind person to climb 'Old Man of Hoy'. He's recently been sharing his exploits with us through a series of blog posts. You can find the past three herehere and here.

 

In this installment Red revists his Extreme Blind Triathlon - Am Buachaille. 

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