Plas y Brenin, the National Outdoors Centre in the heart of Snowdonia, is offering its support to the outdoor community.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of new measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus. Everyone in the UK must stay at home except for shopping for necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work.
Plas y Brenin has reached out to the outdoor community in an attempt to develop skills and knowledge for those new to the outdoors or seasoned campaigners.
Ruth Hall, CEO Plas y Brenin, said: “We know that these new restrictions will prove hard for many and represent a fundamental change to the way in which we lead our daily lives. But our message to you is that, if we make the best use of this time, we all have an incredible opportunity to enjoy a brighter future in the outdoors.
“In the coming weeks, our expert team will be working remotely to help support you develop your knowledge and skills, whether you are looking to take your first few steps into the outdoors, or a seasoned outdoor instructor looking for continuing professional development.
“From our homes, garages and gardens, we’ll be bringing you entertaining and educational articles, videos, podcasts, live broadcasts, training plans, Q&As and quizzes. When these restrictions have ended, and end they will, you’ll be more ready than ever before to enjoy the great outdoors.
“Plus, we’ll be working with our brilliant brand partners to run some fun competitions and challenges to help keep your mind off things and alleviate your boredom, and a few lucky winners will have some lovely new kit to play with as well.
“Do you want to see something specific from us?
“Let us know and we’ll make it happen; we’re all in this together.”