Summer fun at Woodlarks
In May, ten Treloar College students spent two nights away at the Woodlarks camp site, near Farnham.
Set in 12 acres of beautiful field and woodland in Surrey, Woodlarks exists so that anyone, whatever their disability, can have the fun and fellowship with accessible support buildings with state-of-the-art showers and toilets. It is great to have such an excellent facility nearby, that we can use to show our students to joys of the great outdoors, sometimes for the very first time.
“It was an amazing two days. My highlight was the bonfire. I enjoyed being with other students and spending time with my key worker out of college.” – Bex
Our students enjoyed many varied activities from a bonfire and BBQ to a bird of prey display. They also had fun cooking for themselves (and washing up afterwards!) and enjoyed some live music. The weather was fabulous, if a bit cold in the evenings, and the experience was thoroughly enjoyed by staff and students!
“It was a good place and there was lots of music and the camp fire was relaxing” – Ale
The cost of this trip is provided through our generous supporters, as part of the range of enriching experiences we offer our students. These types of experiences are just one of the thigs that make Treloar’s such a special place for the disabled young people who live and learn here.
“My favourite part of Woodlarks was the water fight, building a fire and cooking, thank you for the experience!” – Harriett
Thank you for helping to make this happen.