Astley Burf is an outdoor adventure centre crammed full of facilities, owned and run by Dudley Council offering residential activities for schools and children’s groups.
Activities include one-off Summer Adventure Days, open to Primary School aged children every summer holiday.
Located two miles out of Stourport-on-Severn, the centre is predominantly used by schools and youth groups but bespoke requests can be considered.
The centre prides itself on providing a varied programme of fun activities tailor made to each visiting group. Children can enjoy:
On site, the centre also includes two classrooms, a recreational room and a staff room, making sure education and relaxation can be part of the experience.
All cabins at the centre are centrally heated; contain toilets and washing facilities. So that no matter when you visit, or how wet and muddy you get outside, you are guaranteed a warm and comfortable stay.
The centre is fully equipped to make sure children with special needs enjoy the fun. The centre contains a cabin with a rise and fall bed and fixed and mobile hoists. Facilities also include a bathroom with a fully accessible wet room with fitted hoists and a rise and fall shower bed.
There is even a separate log cabin on site that can accommodate up to five accompanying adults, ensuring staff are close at hand.
To discuss what the centre can offer your school or group and to put together your activities programme, contact us by using our online form or by calling 01384 813714.
Alternatively, write to us at:
Bowling Green Road, Netherton, Dudley, DY2 9LY