We are incredibly excited to announce that in partnership with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, UK Youth have been selected as a delivery partner for the second phase of the Adventures Away from Home Fund (AAFH.)

Following an incredibly successful first phase earlier in the year, we are now able to support more disadvantaged young people to access outdoor learning experiences at Avon Tyrrell over the coming months.


About the fund

This fully funded programme aims to give underrepresented young people aged 11-18 years (up to 25 years for SEND), who form part of an organised group, an unforgettable day visit or residential break with us in the New Forest.

Our team here at Avon Tyrrell are all passionate and fully committed to ensuring all young people have the opportunity to experience, learn and develop with us. From providing safe and comfortable accommodation and hot cooked meals to supporting individual personal development through a wide range of accessible adventure activities, our team will create a bespoke programme that works for you.

Day visits: A full day of activities and hot lunch.

2 Night residential: 2 nights accommodation, full board catering and a full activity programme.

All of our activities, along with the guidance of our qualified team, help support young people with developing life skills including improved communication, motivation, teamwork, resilience, building character and creating memories that last a lifetime, bringing outdoor learning to life.

Please Note: If your application is successful, we will discuss with you timings and activities to meet the needs of your group in more detail.


Application process

Our application form is now open and you can complete this by clicking on the link below.

You can apply for both day visit and residential dates. Only organisations can apply - we cannot take applications from individuals.

Submission deadline: 5pm on Sunday 17th December.

Review of  applications: Monday 18th December

Communication of outcomes: From Tuesday 19th December.

Depending on how many applications we receive, we may look to open a rolling window of applications in January to fill any unallocated places.


Available dates

Day Visits:

22 Jan | 23 Jan | 24 Jan | 25 Jan | 26 Jan | 29 Jan | 30 Jan | 31 Jan | 5 Feb | 6 Feb | 9 Feb | 12 Feb | 13 Feb | 14 Feb | 15 Feb | 16 Feb | 19 Feb | 20 Feb | 21 Feb | 22 Feb | 23 Feb | 15 March | 17 March | 22 March | 29 March 

Residential visits: 

12-14 Jan | 19-21 Jan | 24-26 Jan | 26-28 Jan | 29-31 Jan | 2-4 Feb | 5-7 Feb | 7-9 Feb | 9-11 Feb | 12-14 Feb | 14-16 Feb | 16-18 Feb | 19-21 Feb | 21-23 Feb | 23-25 Feb | 26-28 Feb | 28-1 March | 1-3 March | 3-6 March | 6-8 March | 8-10 March | 11-13 March | 13-15 March | 18-20 March | 20-22 March | 22-24 March 


Top Tips

  • Please complete the application with as much information as possible to ensure we can review applications efficiently.
  • The eligibility question is the most important, so please detail how this can help support the young people you work with.
  • Please ensure you leave enough time to complete the application ahead of the deadline as late submissions will not be considered.
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    Eligible Young People

    Living in poverty

    SEND

    Identifying as LGBTQI+

    From racialised communities including Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicity communities

    Caring responsibilities (i.e. young parent or carer)

    Experience in the care system

    English as an additional language

    In the secure estate

    Poor academic attainment

    Disabled young people

    Long term health condition

    Poor mental health

    Young women and girls.

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