West Cornwall Youth Trust Funding

By Clare|January 22, 2018|Uncategorised|0 comments

We are very excited to have been awarded West Cornwall Youth Trust funding, allowing us to offer subsidised activity days for groups of young people. This funding is specifically aimed at young people aged between 10 and 21 years. Please see the the link below for more information, terms and conditions WCYT 2018 Offer  

How to Stay Healthy at a Desk Job

By Clare|January 22, 2018|Uncategorised|0 comments

We have had an excellent blog sent to us written by Jane Sandwood, a freelance writer and editor: Easy Ways To Incorporate Physical Activity into Your Busy Work Day It’s common for many people in the UK to sit for over seven hours every day. If you have a desk job that requires you to sit in front of a computer all day, did you know that your health could suffer?

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New Accessible Adventure Barn to be built at BF Adventure

By Clare|December 19, 2017|Uncategorised|0 comments

Accessible Adventure Barn to be completed Spring 2018! Charity BF Adventure is proud to announce the building of a new, accessible, adventure barn at their site just outside Penryn. The new building will replace the dilapidated marquee and will mean that young people, children and adults will be able to enjoy year round activities regardless of the Cornish weather. The charity based at Goodygrane Activity Centre near Falmouth was established

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Pittys London Marathon 2018

By Clare|November 27, 2017|Uncategorised|0 comments

Neil Pitt is 42 years old and is running his first marathon, we are really excited that he has chosen BF Adventure for his Charity. Neil went to Redruth School and lives locally in Camborne with his wife Lisa and two daughters Lauren & Hannah (and a border terrier…should say terrorist! called Chloe) He has been in the Navy 25 years having joined in 1992 and spent a lot of his career at RNAS Culdrose

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Bernie’s Blog – 19 miles!

By Clare|April 4, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

Bit the bullet and went for a longer ride. The shorts got an airing as I went for a spin around Falmouth and Penryn.   Mostly downhill to Falmouth from home which is great, then a little nip up past Penryn Rugby club and breezed through Penryn, along Ponsarden then up to the High Street from Greenbank. It was there that a guy decided to bump start his little van. I'm no

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Great feedback from Sense Cornwall

By Clare|March 27, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

Sense Cornwall Branch recently visited BF Adventure and gave some tremendous feedback We visited BF Adventure yesterday for an activity day as one of our monthly activities and had a fantastic time, for which I would like to thank you on behalf of our other members! Our activity leaders were very supportive of our young people, all of whom have a sensory impairment and additional complex needs. This presented no

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Pendennis support BF Adventure in National Apprentice week

By Clare|March 23, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

Pendennis Community Support Initiative Success For the second year running the apprentices at Pendennis Shipyard have provided much needed manual labour as part of the shipyard’s initiative to support the local community during National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) 2017. The company’s apprentices volunteered their time to tackle tasks ranging from gardening projects to fabrication and welding work. Jill Carr, Human Resources Director at Pendennis, explained the initiative: “Each year we are

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Bernie’s blog – Real super heroes don’t wear capes!

By Clare|March 7, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

Real super Heroes don’t wear capes! I have been cycling to work most days at the moment and even on the windiest days I have been giving it my all.  However I hit upon a snag the other day. It was a sunny day after some rain, the roads were dry and I was wearing my usual work gear. I almost made it to work when there was an enormous

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Bernie’s Blog – The Hat

By Clare|February 1, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

The Hat I managed a whole week of cycling to work, the weather conditions were just right.  I wear normal clothes for my commute as it is a faff to change out of the lycra. Also I cannot handle the added pressure of lycra just yet.  Lycra gives other road users an expectation of your cycling abilities; you cannot push a bike up a hill in lycra for instance.  Lycra

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Bernie’s Blog – 60 miles!

By Clare|January 24, 2017|Uncategorized|0 comments

“Signed up for the 60 mile stretch of the Cycle Challenge so I am now officially an athlete in training.  I ride my bike to work fairly regularly, it is about 2 miles each way and starting today I have a means of turning this into part of my training plan.  From today I have taken to riding my bike in the wrong gear so there is extra resistance against

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