Eden Community Outdoors (ECO) has operated from Centre 67, Chapel Street, Appleby, since 2000. In 2012 ECO acquired ownership of C67 from Cumbria County Council.
ECO as a charity, delivers different types of activities including; arts, outdoor, adventure and environmental activities. ECO works with young people & the community throughout Cumbria via its; climbing wall sessions / Club, Woodland & Forest Schools activities, Summer Week camps, Euphoric Circus, Young Leaders development program, Drop in Sessions, Art & Film Projects, A Learning Disability Project, Free Running, Aerial Arts, Silver Surfing (computer training for those over 60) and Fire & Light Show in October.
In addition, various groups deliver their services from Centre 67, including the Rotary Club’s Second Hand Bookshop.
ECO’s aims are to:
• Support and work alongside young people to develop the self belief and skills necessary to instigate and effect positive change both in their own lives, in the community and on a wider level.
• Provide the space, support, resources, encouragement, training and opportunities for personal and community development.
• Offer opportunities to young people with disabilities.
Currently ECO is reviewing what projects it delivers, how C67 is utilised and how it can better meet the community’s needs.
We would love to know what you actually know about ECO, Centre 67 and the projects on offer. Please, could you take the time to complete the following SHORT survey, as we want to better meet the community’s needs.
To complete the survey click on the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C67 – Please do this by 1st February.
Apologies for any duplicate postings, however we are trying to reach as many people as possible.
Thank you for your time and please feel free to forward this email onto your contacts (especially if you are the administrator of a group), as the more input we have, the more informed decisions can be made.
The ECO Trustees
Eden Community Outdoors
Appleby Community Centre
Tel: 017683 51640