BF Adventure is a Charity and outdoor activity centre (open to the public) based near Falmouth and Penryn in Cornwall.
“Inspiring, challenging and motivating people, especially young people, to develop their life skills to bring about positive change”
Every year BF Adventure, formerly known as Bishop’s Forum, helps hundreds of children and adults in Cornwall to believe in themselves and gain the skills and accreditation's to succeed at school or to find employment. Many of these young people come from backgrounds of neglect or abuse, are in supported housing or have higher support needs.
On 60 acres of land including three former granite quarries, we also offer exciting adventure activities, corporate team building days, private parties, schools & clubs and our very popular holiday adventure days for children aged 6+ years.
We love what we do, which is why we do it. Thank you for your support and great feedback:
"J came home with the biggest smile, and didn't stop talking about her day out for 3 days... I cant thank you enough... you made her believe in herself, not many people take the time to do that"
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Don't just take our word for it, here is what people say about us:
"The flexibility of the team at BF Adventure is the reason why we keep on returning. All the staff listen to our needs and react to our requirements in a positive manner and provide a great service. The support we have received from the charity is phenomenal and we would highly recommend any group to use them."
"With only having lost my leg 6 months ago I would never have imagined doing what I did on Saturday!! Thanks to Seb I have managed to achieve what on paper would be the impossible!!! It was great to be treated exactly like the able bodied people and was the best day ever!!!"
"It's so great to be together as a family and both my disabled child and able bodied child can do things together. There is such an incredible positive attitude and encouragement to try new things. We have had a fantastic family day"