Buildings & Camping

Sleep indoors

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As a residential building, Kinder View offers:

  • 2 toilets and wash hand basins
  • A fully equipped kitchen with two domestic cookers, fridge freezer and electric kettles together with pots, pans, cutlery and crockery
  • A small bedroom with a bunk bed.
  • 18 Folding camp beds
  • Electric central heating

Availability, prices and booking for residential events –  Book here


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The Den  

The Den is currently undergoing a refurbishment and will reopen in February 2022.  The building has had new heating installed and a new PVC entrance door to provide more warmth to the building.  The dormitory has been decorated and had new carpet and curtains (photos to follow).

The building offers:

  • Sleeping accommodation for 15 (10 in dormitory in bunk beds, 4 bed settees in the main room and one single bedroom)
  • A kitchen with fridge, freezer, two ovens, microwave, kettles, pots, pans, cutlery and crockery
  • Electric heating
  • A bathroom with two toilets, three wash basins and one shower

Availability, prices and booking – Book here


Camping facilities

Seven Springs has 2 well-equipped campsites1 unequipped camp site and large camp fire circle. We have lots of space for Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition and trainings camps.

Our Oak campsite reopened on 27th August 2021 and will remain open until the end of October 2021. We are taking bookings for teh camping season 2022 (April to October). 

Oak and birch campsites are both fully equipped for 24 campers and offer:

  • A solid dry shelter with tables and chairs for dining and activities
  • A fridge freezer and kettles
  • Tents for 24 people
  • A store tent
  • A toilet tent
  • A toilet (plus access to main toilet block with 6 toilets and 2 showers)
  • Outdoor tables, washing up bowls, grease pit, water carriers, flagpole, gadget wood

An event shelter, gas burners and boiler can be hired for an additional cost.

Holly Campsite is unequipped but comes with a wooden shelter with a fridge and kettles, an alter fire and some basic cooking equipment.

Gas burners for cooking are available for hire.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Availability, prices and booking. Book here.

 


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The D of E Shelter

We welcome Duke of Edinburgh groups of all sizes to the site.

Seven Springs outdoor activity centre in Disley (Grid reference SJ 98532 84064, OS Explorer Map OL1) is perfectly located to accommodate Duke of Edinburgh groups – both for training sessions and assessment walks.  We welcome mixed sex and single sex groups and can accommodate groups of up to 100 participants.

This is a perfect quiet camping space on the edge of the Peak District.

Our D of E Shelter makes a perfect base for group leaders and has 2 toilets (with more available for larger groups), washing up area, facilities for making hot drinks as well as tables and a seating area.

We can provide a range of equipment and additional facilities so please contact us on info@7springs.org.uk to discuss your specific requirements.

Outside space for day visitors

Outside space and toilet block 

text-3_415x415_acf_cropped1Available to hire for outside space and use of toilets, playground, campfire circle, orienteering and butterfly trail.

Costs

Costs are shown below.  They are for a three hour time blocks of either 9am-12noon, 1pm-4pm or 5pm-8pm for up to 20 people (we can be flexible with timings).  If you are bringing a larger group you will need to pay for a second block (e.g. If you were to bring 35 people from 9am-12noon on a Saturday you would pay 2 x times the amount)

Girlguiding Manchester members – £25

Other Girlguiding and Scouting groups – £30

Other youth groups- £30

For availability and bookings please email office@girlguidingmanchester.org.uk

 


text-3_415x415_acf_cropped1Kinder View

Kinder View is available to hire for use with outside space offering self-contained toilet facilities and access to  the kitchen and indoor dry area along with use of the playground, campfire circle, orienteering and butterfly trail.

Costs are for a three hour time blocks of either 9am-12noon, 1pm-4pm or 5pm-8pm for up to 20 people (we can be flexible with timings).  If you are bringing a larger group you will need to pay for a second block (e.g. If you were to bring 35 people from 9am-12noon on a Saturday you would pay 2 x times the amount)

Girlguiding Manchester members – £35

Other Girlguiding and Scouting groups – £40

Other youth groups – £40

For availability and bookings please email office@girlguidingmanchester.org.uk


Day Centres

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Werneth Lodge

Werneth Lodge is not currently available to hire.

 

 

 

 

 

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The Venture House

The Venture house is no longer available for residential bookings.