GS1 has a real family feel because many of the team used to be campers at this event when they were in primary school! A few of the team also bring their own kids (who are too young to be campers but are very much part of the event). The whole team works hard to ensure the youngsters of 2020 have a fantastic holiday and maybe even discover for themselves the adventure of following Jesus.
Your team leader for this holiday is Julie Moody.
For more information about this holiday, please contact:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call: 0141 352 7620
What can you do here?
- Aerial Ropes Course
- Climbing Wall
- Crate Climbing
- Off-Site Trip
- Raft Building
- Ropes Course
- Sports and Games
- Tree Climbing
- Zip Line
If you love the outdoors you’ll love this…are you up for it?
The adventure never stops at Glenshee. Many of the exciting outdoor activities are led by Compass Christian Centre instructors, while the SU Holidays team run other aspects of the holiday, leading games, craft sessions, providing loads of fun and high levels of supervision throughout the holiday.
The evening programme provides time to relax but is just as adventurous, looking at the Bible to see how it applies to our lives today.
Well for starters there’s the stunning location in one of Scotland’s outdoor activity hotspots. The centre grounds include a spectacular tree climb, ropes course and even its own lochan for kayaking and raft building. Other outdoor activities really make the most of the exciting local terrain!
Inside at Glenshee Lodge you’ll find a well equipped centre with a spacious dining room and two lounges. Meals at Glenshee are provided by the centre staff…and you don’t even need to help with the washing up! The accommodation is all in bunk-bedded rooms. Rooms are for 4 – 8 people and the centre sleeps around 50 altogether. There’s a sports hall, a climbing room with walls to challenge your skills, and a games room. So no shortage of great activities inside either.
Glenshee is right in the centre of Scotland, in amongst some of Perthshire’s highest peaks. Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh are no more than two hours away, so wherever you are starting from, Glenshee is not too far away.