Our projects provide opportunities for local residents in all our areas, from all walks of life to become involved with the outdoors through school’s programmes, community clubs, volunteering and employability programmes.

Our Projects
Trainee Scheme
The Outdoor Partnership is running a new and exciting programme for people aged between 17 – 30 who live in North Wales.
Pathways to Employment
The Pathways to Employment Programme is aimed at people who are accessing outdoor activities for the first time or looking to develop their personal and/or professional skills, leading to a more active lifestyle, volunteering and employment.
This Girls' Adventure
The Outdoor Partnership launched the This Girls’ Adventure in 2015 to inspire more women and girls from across North West Wales to participate in outdoor activities for health, social and economic reasons.
Inclusive Adventure
Join the Outdoor Partnership’s initiative to get more disabled people of all ages from across Wales, active in the outdoors.
Health & Wellbeing
The Health and Wellbeing programme utilises existing structures to bring together a collaboration of partners from the outdoor and health sectors to increase physical activity levels, improve mental and physical health and provides links with local community clubs and groups enabling people to lead independent long term active lifestyles.
Community Development
Our Community Development Programme is led by our Outdoor Activity Development Officers and inspires thousands of children, young people and adults to take up outdoor activities as a life-long pursuit through delivering taster sessions, development sessions, festivals and events.