Dallowgill, Environmental and Outdoor Education Centre, welcomed past and present members to its Official Opening Ceremony on Wednesday 8th September.

Guests were treated to a tour of the newly developed site, being the first group to see the extensive refurbishments. The centre has been extended and significantly remodelled, with accommodation for extended visits, washrooms, classrooms and a kitchen. Externally, a fire pit has been established, bat boxes installed and there is an outstanding view of the surrounding woodlands. With access to local farms and designated camping areas for astronomy, the centre is the jewel in the crown of Delta’s outdoor education provision.

Guests witnessed the arrival and fitting of Dallowgill’s newly commissioned entrance sign, a large engraved piece of wood, which now sits at the forefront of the building. The wood is from the —— tree ——–

Delta’s CEO, Paul Tarn, and Chair of the Board of Trustees, Steve Hodsman, were the first to plant trees on site which students and staff will be able to see grow over the years. The trees were donated to Dallowgill by The Woodland Trust, who have partnered with us and ————