I went with Joy of Adventure to Sweden on a canoeing holiday last summer( 2019) which was absolutely fantastic. It was very well organised and despite most of the group being strangers at the start by the end of the trip we were all good friends and still keep in touch with each other a year later. Joy’s laid back manner contributed hugely and I couldn’t recommend this this trip with Joy of Adventure more. Review from Tim H as … Continue reading “Sweden Expedition review”
What a fantastic experience my daughter had with Joy of Adventure. She completed her canoeing Duke of Edinburgh Gold expedition with Joy. This was completed this year, during a time that included the Shropshire floods, followed by Covid 19. Expeditions were cancelled and Joy worked tirelessly to adhere to Covid regulations whilst at the same time providing an experience that was memorable. Communication during this time was excellent. Joy demonstrated flexibility, understanding and commitment to her students.What I really appreciated … Continue reading “What a fantatic experience….”
Joy of Adventure” what a marvellous experience- great communication, full of enthusiasm, very experienced, shows great care and attention to every aspect of all expeditions. Joy shows great care and warmth to all her candidates. Planning is impeccable, greatly thought through and communicated well. 2020 has been an exceptional year of planning and replanning, first the floods In Shropshire on the river Severn, COVID-19 and the cancellation of expeditions. We signed up to JOA two years ago to plan what … Continue reading “Testimony:What a marvellous experience!”
Great sunny clear but cold weekend practice for St Joseph’s Girls’ school working for ‘Expedition Wales’. The learning curve is so big that it means that the sense of achievement is huge as well. Roll on the assessment with 3 course meals and no cotton fabric in sight!
Bronze award practice for 100 pupils from Bottisham Village college included a fantastic staff team who walked along the North Norfolk Coast. After a torrential downpour in the fens on Friday night it was fantastic to the wake up to blue skies on Saturday morning and to see 100 well equipped pupils. Somehow it seems to be a big revelation to most D of E participants that the use of cotton / woollen / or linen clothing is not advised….and … Continue reading “Bottisham Village College”
What better way to do your Gold practice expedition than by sea kayak…? Worcester Royal Grammar School were in Pembroke on a very windy weekend, but that didn’t stop them completing their practice in the estuary!