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Calvert Trust

Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure
 

Founded in 1978, Calvert Trust is the inspiration of John Fryer-Spedding, whose vision was to enable people with disabilities to benefit from outdoor activities in the countryside.

Despite Harold McMillan claiming that “the National Parks are for all people for all time” in 1951 when the first Park was opened, John Fryer-Spedding realised this was not quite true and that a lack of accessible facilities restricted people with disabilities from truly enjoying our beautiful countryside and benefiting from outdoor activity.

We have centres in:

  • Exmoor
  • Kielder
  • Lake District 

Go to our website to get contact details of one of our centres.

Area serviced:
Nationwide
Sector:
Voluntary

Related Information

Service Definitions

Entertainment and outings are provided by a number of clubs and organisations within Croydon and the surrounding areas.These can be easily accessed and more information can be obtained by contacting AGE UK or by calling the groups personally.