The 3 schools arrived safely at Morfa Bay lunchtime to be greeted by good old Welsh weather! Torrential rain falling as the children disembarked from their coaches but all safely allocated their accommodation and then down to the dinning hall for some of Diane’s lovely home made soup with fresh baked rolls and choice of fillings. While having lunch the … Read More
The schools finished off their activity break with a sumptuous BBQ prepared by Di and Dawn Thankfully the weather remained kind and both children and staff were able to eat Alfresco. Following this a Disco evening with the legend of music DJ Rhys Page with his assistant for the evening Grant.
The children from Kingsmonkton school arrived today for lunch and are then following an active programme of both water sports and land based fun and adventurous challenges. The weather has been kind and remained dry.This evening the children will be following the Morfa Bychan trail along the coastal path returning to the centre for hot chocolate.
On Fri 13th May the three Cardiff catholic schools visited us on their annual extended weekend residential. An afternoon of activities followed with groups both on and off-site involved in a variation of different sessions. It was lovely to meet both the children and familiar staff who have been regular visitors to the centre for many years. Fri evening was … Read More
The children have arrived from both schools and following a hearty lunch of filled rolls and home made soup have started their programme of activities.
On Tues 10th May we welcomed Mynydd Cynffig Junior School from Kenfig Hill, Bridgend. As always it was fantastic to see the familiar faces and old friends who visited once again. Fortunately the weather remained fine throughout the week with the activity programme running smoothly and all those involved enjoying the experience. During the week our annual local cave assessment … Read More
Pembrokeshire Primary Schools arrived at Morfa Bay Tues 3rd May looking forward to an exciting few days of adventurous activities. The children are participating in numerous team building/confidence building sessions including Caving,High ropes,Climbing,Sea Activities,Archery,Orienteering and many more. Hopefully the weather will remain kind until the end of the week.
Tues 26th April. Ashcombe School arrived at Morfa Bay this morning for an action packed week of Adventure. With the amount of luggage they may be staying for a few weeks! Following a hearty lunch of fresh rolls,home made soup,salads and fruit all the children are excited to get started. With glorious sunshine let the adventure begin!
Following the successful Easter Holiday outings of last year, Morfa Bay Adventure was asked once again by Pembrokeshire Sports Co-ordinator Wyndham Williams to organise the 5×60 Coasteering sessions. A group of mixed aged pupils from Greenhill School Tenby took part in the activity and the photos can be seen from the following link; http://www.facebook.com/media/set/fbx/?set=a.208214472536394.53082.188459804511861
Blakeney and Pillowell arrived at Morfa Bay Monday 4th April. The weather unfortunately rain,mist and more rain! but it certainly hasn’t dampened their enthusiasm to get out there and try some new and exciting activities. This evening after roast dinner they will be heading out on a hike to the beach and then back for some hot chocolate before retiring … Read More