Hilltop Outdoor Centre,
Sheringham, North Norfolk
Hilltop Outdoor Centre - two discrete centres on the same campus, boasting 26 acres of private woodland surrounded by 200 acres of public woodland.
The Hilltop Outdoor Centre is set in over 26 acres of rolling wooded valleys and lush pasture, and offers an all season experience, panoramic seascape and stunning coastal views over the flint and pantiled seaside fishing town of Sheringham.
Hilltop primarily offers comprehensive outdoor educational opportunities to Primary & Middle schools and Sixth Form / Further Education Colleges. We also provide many other activities and facilities, including Business Training Courses, Conference Facilities, Family Adventure Days - as well as being a favourite venue for Children's Birthday Parties.
For further information and enquiries please contact Helen Read (Office Manager at Hilltop).
- Telephone : 01263 824514
- Or by writing to:
Hilltop Outdoor Centre
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Health & Safety
Hilltop takes safety very seriously. We have extensive risk assessments, comprehensive systems for procedures, maintenance, training and operating plans. Clients are welcome to inspect these systems.
Hilltop has Public Liability cover to £5 million.
Risks by Janet Rand
To laugh is to risk appearing the fool
To weep is to risk being called sentimental
To reach out to another is to risk involvement
To expose feelings is to risk showing your true self
To place your ideas and your dreams before the crowd
Is to risk being called naive
To love is to risk not being loved in return
To live is to risk dying
To hope is to risk despair
To try is to risk failure
But risks must be taken, because the
greatest risk in life is to risk nothing
The person who risks nothing, does nothing
Has nothing, is nothing and becomes nothing
He may avoid suffering and sorrow
but he simply cannot
Learn, feel, change, grow or love
Chained by his certitude, he is a slave
He has forfeited his freedom
Hilltop is situated approximately 2 miles (3km) south of Sheringham amidst ‘Old Wood’. Access is from the A148 main road between Cromer and Holt. Access by road is clearly signed ‘Hilltop’ from the A148 (Holt to Cromer Road).
Follow the signs along the A148 towards Cromer. Avoid the temptation to turn off the A148 towards Sheringham along the A1082 but rather continue for a further half a mile passing Pretty Corner on your left. You should then encounter signs to turn left for Hilltop into a lay by. The entrance to Hilltop is on the left, approximately a quarter of a mile down the lay by.
Follow the signs along the A148 towards Holt. Pass through Aylmerton and leaving the Roman Camp Public House on your left, continue. Avoid the temptation to turn off the A148 towards Beeston Regis. Almost immediately after this, you should encounter signs to turn right for Hilltop into a lay by. The entrance to Hilltop is on the right, approximately a quarter of a mile down the lay by. Please drive carefully and slowly onsite.
Look out for the official brown tourist sign marking 'Hilltop' and the Recycling Centre.
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