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At a Glance

The accommodation consists of:
  • Wifi in Centre Reception
  • Hagg Farm: Sleeps 44
  • John Hunt Base: Sleeps 16
  • Disabled access, toilets and showers
  • TV and DVD
  • Fully equipped kitchens
  • Classroom and computer room / library

Hagg Farm Outdoor Education Centre provides comfortable residential accommodation within the buildings and grounds of a converted 19th Century hill farm. Walks from the door of the centre lead onto the high moors of Kinder and Bleaklow and around the Ladybower reservoirs and dams.

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Hagg Farm

The main centre provides very pleasant accommodation for 44 people in 2 person to 8 person bunk-bedded rooms. Other facilities include a fully equipped kitchen, large dining room/group room, Wifi, TV/DVD, telephone, classroom, well resourced library/computer room, showers and toilets (one shower and 2 toilets adapted for disabled use) and a drying room.

John Hunt Base

The John Hunt Base is situated in the courtyard at Hagg Farm and has been refurbished so the whole of the base is wheelchair accessible. The attractive, self-contained unit accommodates up to 16 people in 2-person to 8-person bunk bedded rooms.  The Base provides a lounge, TV/DVD, payphone, showers and toilets (adapted for disabled use), drying room, and fully equipped kitchen.

Centre Complex

Hagg Farm main centre and the John Hunt Base are fully centrally heated and well maintained inside and out. The grounds include two car parks, a wildlife garden, field, artificial climbing boulder, tyrolean, jacobs ladder, climbing tower and access to the surrounding woodland. As well as the many off-site and on-site activities, including climbing, caving, orienteering, problem solving and environmental education the site also lends itself to quiet pursuits including art and group retreats.

Groups have sole use of the centre or John Hunt Base during their stay. All bedding, including duvets, sheets and pillowcases is provided at Hagg Farm main centre and in the John Hunt Base.

The centre is flexible to each group's particular needs and plans. Centre staff can provide advice on programme planning and arrange outdoor leadership, activities and equipment if required. The centre also offers a wide range of training and assessment courses leading to National Governing Body awards in the outdoors (see our Training Courses section).

Getting to Hagg Farm

For details of how to find Hagg Farm including maps and directions, please see our Getting to Hagg Farm page.

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