Keys to the Centre need to be collected from the Warden’s house in nearby Rhigos.
The Centre is approached from GR SN 931069 by a surfaced 1km track passing through three five bar gates, one of which is kept locked. There are 3 speed bumps.
Entering the post code into a ‘Sat Nav’ will take you past the track entrance, which is to be found just past the river bridge on the left.
Parking is within 20 metres of the Centre entrance where unloading can take place.
From the parking area the Centre is reached through a gate width 1200mm then slightly uphill across a rough surface and a step down of 170mm to an uneven surfaced patio and the main entrance, which is to the rear of the Cottage.
- Rear entrance step up to doorway 45mm. Door width 820mm.
- Rear entrance area to the cottage contains a low level sink.
- Toilet cubicle (Unisex) door width 800mm, toilet height 460mm
- Toilet and shower cubicle (Unisex) door width 520mm, toilet height 460mm, shower tray step up 240mm
- Drying room door width 660mm
- Sitting room door width 850mm, with main and side lighting, tourist information; brochures and guide books
- Eleven stairs up to first floor and bedrooms
- Bedroom 1. Door width of 710mm. One single bed
- Bedroom 2. Door width of 690mm. Two double bunk beds, four rungs to the upper bunk.
- Landing width of 730mm narrowing to 680mm leading to, Bedroom 3
- Bedroom 3. Door width of 670mm. Four double bunk beds, four rungs to the upper bunk.
- Illuminated sign above door to fire escape.
- Fire escape from first floor landing, step up to doorway 20 mm, door width 704mm, two flights of nine steps down, with half landing. Railed sides.
- The front door to the cottage is approached by a path with a 60mm step up. The entrance has a 10mm step up, across a fitted doormat and then a 70mm step down. The entrance is 940mm width at its narrowest.
Access to the barn is from within the cottage rear entrance area
There is step up of 75mm with a doorway width of 800mm and then 6 steps down to the Dining Area
- Fire escape from dining area, step up to doorway 50 mm, and door width 709mm, seven uneven steps down.
- Illuminated sign above door to fire escape.
- Kitchen door width 700 mm, worktop height 925 mm
- Oven doors, window opening.
- Door to showers (Unisex), width 710mm.
- Shower door widths of 580, 580 and 560mm, all with a step up of 30mm to the shower tray
There is step up 75mm with a doorway width of 800mm and then nine steps up to the first floor dormitory, width 950mm narrowing to 840mm.
- Eight double bunk beds, the upper bunks being accessed by a five rung ladder.
- Four steps up to a seating area.
- Toilet (Unisex) door widths 602mm, toilet heights 480mm.
- Illuminated sign above the fire escape door.
- Fire escape from dormitory, step up to doorway 40 mm, door width 800 mm. Ten steps down. Railed both sides.
Bench/tables are situated outside on the uneven patio surface.
Good mobile ‘phone reception (Vodafone, T-mobile and Orange at least)
The Centre is in the middle of a sheep farming area, so no ‘free run’ area is available for dogs.
The nearest Shop Mobility is in Merthyr Tydfil.
Telephone: 01685 373237; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding Policy for Child protection
The Chichester Youth Adventure Trust (The Trust) is committed to providing a safe facility for all Children participating in activities at Tyle Morgrug.
We will do this by encouraging all users of the centre facilities to confirm their Safeguarding policies and practice and by:
• Recognising all children and young people participating in activities at the centre, regardless of age, gender, race, religious belief, sexual orientation, ability or disability, have the right to participate in a safe environment and have the right to protection from harm.
• Ensuring that all individuals who work for the Trust, with children and young people, provide a safe and positive experience.
• Adopting the WSCC policy for safeguarding and child protection, and any future versions of the policy.
• Appointing a Child Welfare Officer (CWO) and ensuring they receive training, so they have the necessary skills to undertake their role effectively.
• Ensuring, if and when applicable, all people who work with children and young people under the Trust’s responsibility, understand this policy applies to them.
• Ensuring all Trustees and those working with children and young people as part of the Trust’s operation, are recruited in accordance with the relevant legislation and DBS checks.
• Ensuring all people who work with children on behalf of the Trust are provided with information on good practice and code of conduct.
• Ensuring the name and contact details of the Trust’s child welfare officer are provided to visitors and relevant external agencies when required.
• Ensuring those involved with the Trust’s work are aware that the CWO should be the first point of contact for any concerns regarding any safeguarding issues considered to be the Trust’s responsibility.
• Ensuring reporting procedures exist for raising and managing child safeguarding concerns that might involve the Trust.
• Ensuring everyone connected with the Trust’s responsibilities (including parents, children, volunteers and visitors) have the opportunity to voice any concerns they have about potential poor practice or suspected abuse, to the CWO.
• Ensuring all suspicions, allegations and concerns are taken seriously and dealt with swiftly and appropriately.
• Ensuring access to confidential information regarding safeguarding concerns is restricted to the CWO and appropriate external authorities eg: the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) of WSCC.
• Ensuring all those in a position of responsibility at the centre recognise it is not their responsibility to determine if abuse has occurred, but it is their responsibility to report and act on any concerns they may have.
If a hirer has an issue with the facilities that were hired in the first instance the bookings secretary will attempt to resolve them.
If the matter remains unresolved it will be referred to the chairman of the trustees to resolve.
If resolution cannot be reached this way the matter will be brought to the attention of all the trustees at the next planned meeting or if more urgent by the calling of an extra meeting.
If the complainant is still not satisfied they will be advised that they should contact the Charity Commission who is also the regulator for complaints about the way that the Charity is run.
The listing on this website, of potential venues or providers of opportunities and activities does not, in any way, imply any recommendation or guarantee of quality assurance. Such a judgement must remain the responsibility of the visiting group leader.
The CYAT expects you to comply with any requirements your organisation makes regarding the qualifications of instructors/leaders or other criteria.