Adventure Plus (A+) has worked with over 60,000 young people and adults through outdoor adventures since 1990, including some of the most vulnerable in our society.
An interdenominational Christian Charity (Reg no 1081059) A+ is supported by over 200 volunteers and many individuals, charitable trusts and churches.
To find out more about the story behind the creation of A+, pick up a copy of Life to the MAX by Jon Cox.
Our greatest asset, we are told, is our team of activity instructors, both staff and volunteers, who are passionate about encouraging the 6,000 young people we work with each year, through adventure & education in a positive Christian environment.
A+ is grateful for the wisdom and support of our:
Safety is Paramount: A+ is licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Service (AALS). We provide a wide range of activities and training programmes, all with appropriately qualified instructors. All our staff and volunteers are CRB checked.
|2015||A+ moves to Windmill Farm, delivering adventure activities from existing facilities, whilst continuing to fundraise for the AdventureBase|
|A+ purchases Windmill Farm Conference Centre and 50 acres of land where they will develop the AdventureBase|
|2014||Jon's book Life to the MAX is published, detailing the journey leading to creating A+|
|2013||Launch of AdventureBase project to develop a permanent facility for A+|
|2012||A+ grows to help over 6,000 children and young people.|
|2011||A+ is 21 - celebrated with our 21st Anniversary Ball|
|2010||AdventureImpact grows to help over 150 vulnerable young people in it's second year|
|2009||First Witney to Westminster Canoe Challenge - raised £20,000 towards A+ development|
|2008||AdventureImpact launched - new specialist unit to work with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people|
|2007||A+ launches its strategic development plan to cope with growth & increasing demand|
|2006||Charity grows to help over 5,000 children, young people and adults every year|
|2001||A+ is working with 1,000 young people / year|
|2000||Charity changes its name to Adventure Plus (A+)|
|1993-99||Adventure provision and youth work develops in the SE of England and further afield|
|1992||FGT moves to West Oxfordshire - 90 minutes from London, Birmingham and Southampton|
|1990||Jonathan & Tessa Cox set up Fair Glade Trust (FGT) as a registered charity in central London|
A+ for Adventure, A+ for Quality!
Fran Gardner, Active8 for Kids