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  • Phizifit (FREE offer to WP clients)

    22nd April 2020

    “Boosting children’s physical and mental health in the uk”

    Phizifit┬áis an innovative online program for children’s personal development that promotes their physical fitness and mental well-being

    Using a one off access code Phizifit is offering free access to their innovative programme for all groups connected with Water Park. This is a fantastic way for schools to not only remain engaged in a physical programme with their students but also to contribute to their mental well being while not in school. It utilises an easy to use platform that the children and parents will find easy to navigate and will certainly enjoy.

    Please go to to have a look at what Phizifit can offer and how the children will benefit from this easy to use and engaging platform. FREE ACCESS CODE: WTPFR33


    7th April 2020

    Groups can continue to apply for contributions in the usual way.

    If you are requesting a refund please remember to add course and bank details.

    We are still receiving new bookings which is excellent news. We now only have weekends 10th – 12 July & 31st – 1st Nov available and weeks 13th – 17th July, 18th – 21st August & 28th – 2nd Oct. If any groups would like to be pencilled in for those dates we will again not be invoicing for deposits until the situation is more certain.


    27th March 2020

    First things first:

    The team here at Water Park would like to wish you all well and assure you we are doing everything we can to make sure Water Park survives these unprecedented times.


    If you have already cancelled and have not been successful in reclaiming any losses through your insurance, please send a brief refund request to Be sure to include bank details, name of the group and dates of the course.

    Going Forward:

    We want to reassure groups that you will NOT lose any monies as a direct result of cancellations linked to the Corona virus situation and urge you not to cancel courses prematurely. We are currently closed until Easter and will review the situation nearer the time. If we are closed for a further four weeks (which seems likely) we will use our online channels to inform you and all monies paid will be refunded for the affected groups. We will continue to review the situation every four weeks.


    We will not be issuing any more invoices at this time and going forward. This is slightly different to the information we released via Email on the 23rd March.

    Having listened to some of our clients we appreciate it is a very difficult time for you to raise funds within your organisation, particularly with the uncertainty of whether your visit will actually be able to go ahead. In light of this, we will hold your booking for as long as you wish, without the need to make any further payments until we can confirm your course can go ahead. Once restrictions are lifted we will contact you to discuss payment options for your course.

    Applying for contributions:

    You can continue to apply for contributions in the usual way.

    Once again I wish you all well and look forward to seeing you back in the Great Outdoors.

    If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

    Garry Dobson – Head of Centre


    19th March 2020

    Welcome to Dave who has been appointed as our new grounds person who will be working alongside Jimmy. Dave’s a retired teacher who has always had a keen interest in the outdoors. He ran the D of E Award in his last school and led student expeditions to countries including Iceland, Nepal and Malaysia. In his spare time he loves to go fell walking, canoeing and cycling, Dave and his wife enjoy going off for adventures in “Angus”, their VW camper.


    29th January 2020

    Congratulations and well done to Garry who takes over as Head of Centre. We wish Garry every success in his new role and no doubt you will all want to wish him good luck when you see him next. Garry has been at Water Park since before we even opened our doors to groups. He was one of the first tutors at Water Park and has gradually worked his way up to finally take on the top role.


    29th January 2020

    Roger retires as Head of Centre at the end of January, although he will still be involved until the end of April. We wish Roger and Sue good luck for their future in Gairloch on the north west coast of Scotland. They are currently doing up a croft house and will be moving up there full-time next Easter. In the meantime Roger plans to do some part time outdoor work and to spend most of his spare time out playing in the great outdoors.