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Accomodation

The Grange can accommodate up to sixty-two people and its facilities are used by a large number of educational and youth organisations. Two large seminar rooms, a small meeting room, two conservatories, dining room and a variety of bedrooms mean you can spread out and relax after a days activities. We can ensure that all of our resources are tailored to your needs. Situated 25 minutes from Newcastle City Centre, Broomley Grange is ideally placed in the River Tyne Valley for the exploration of the beautiful Northumberland scenery and attractions. With its own unique history (dating back to 1897) Broomley Grange offers a base for groups wishing to travel to the various sites of interest in the area.

Couples have chosen to celebrate their weddings or anniversaries in beautiful surroundings in this secluded part of Tynedale. The Grange has even been used as a location for filming the BBC's Byker Grove (2006).

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The Adventure Starts Here

Broomley Grange sits in twenty-two acres of private grounds in the stunning county of Northumberland near to the Roman Hadrian's Wall and Europe's largest manmade lake - Kielder Water. Our main aim is to provide a safe environment for our visitors to help them enjoy the great outdoors;

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At Broomley

At Broomley Grange there are currently a 2.5 and 5 Acre field for campers away from the grange each serviced with a single electric hook-up point and water. They provide ample room for tents, games and have beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

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A Little about Northumbria

Northumbria's wild outdoor spaces are ideal for indulging in adventure activities of all kinds. Clay pigeon shooting, flying and gliding, water sports, paintballing, ballooning and quad biking can all be found within our boundaries, along with the latest craze coasteering. There are some excellent rock-climbing places as well, most of them in Northumberland National Park, although your adventurous spirit will surely take you around the rest of the county as well, discovering hidden gems as you go. If you’re visiting Northumberl you will never have a dull moment when going on a Northumberland adventure. Be sure to have booked your accommodation, see what’s on in the area, and then have a good browse through the adventure activities.

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Adventure and Fun

Broomley Grange is located in rugged Northumbria, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Well situated for a variety of outdoor activities including wild water Kayaking & Canoeing, Rock Climbing and Abseiling, Ghyll Scrambling and Gorge Walking, Mountain Biking and Mine Exploration among many others.

On Site Activities

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At Broomley Grange

Come to Broomley Grange in Northumberland for adventure and good fun, take part in a wide range of activities; these include high rope courses, tunnels, climbing and abseiling, camp craft and a very long zip wire. Some of the activities are quite challenging and let you build important life skills like determination and enthusiasm.
Everyone who comes to Broomley Grange leave very positive comments about the attitude and positive nature of the centre and it's staff.

Archery

Assault Course

Camp Craft

Rope Confidence

Night Line

Abseiling

Broomley Grange is proud to be part of the North of England District (N.O.E.D) Boys' Brigade and many companies use the Grange for Camping, Activities, Outdoor learning and Training Courses.

The Boys' Brigade

Broomley Grange is registered with the Institute of Outdoor Learning which encourages outdoor learning by developing quality, safety and opportunities to experience outdoor activity provision.

Institute of Outdoor Learning

Broomley Grange is currently fundraising to replace the Grange Roof

Roof Appeal

Would you like to achieve your Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Silver or Gold Award?

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Broomley Grange is a registered charity and donations, no matter how small, are all gratefully received

Donate to Broomley Grange

The John Muir Award has 3 levels, The Discovery Award, The Explorer Award, and The Conserver Award, with all levels encouraging progressive involvement to achieve the qualification.

The John Muir Award

Broomley Grange is registered with the AALA - ref L10900/RO0228 - which ensures that all adventure activity providers follow good safety management practices.

Adventure Activities Licensing Authority