Rock UK believes in the power of the outdoors to transform lives.
We aim to make adventure accessible to all, and in working towards this target we have developed the "Rock UK Bursary Fund" to
assist students who may have difficulties in attending their school visit to a Rock UK centre because of financial considerations.
Rock UK will be exhibiting at the Scottish Learning Festival in Glasgow this September.
If you're at the event and are interested in finding out about opportunities for your school or college to visit one of our adventure centres for a day or residential please come and see us at our stand.
We are excited to tell you about the new features on our website which we've designed to keep you up to date with all the Rock UK news and to make it easier for you to keep in touch with us.
First of all, you'll notice when you view the site on your phone or tablet, it looks a bit different - we've gone responsive, so you'll see the site as it best fits on your device!
Whithaugh Park has now been officially linked to the 7Stanes mountain bike routes and the village of Newcastleton with the opening of it's new £300,000 bridge project.
Officially opened on Monday 7th July 2014 by the 10th Duke of Buccleuch the bridge gives direct access from the village to the local forest via Rock UK's Whithaugh Park.
Rock UK are pleased to announce that their centres have been endorsed by the Outdoor Education Advisors Panel and awarded the LOtC Quality Badge by the Council For Learning Outside The Classroom.