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Equal Adventure Attend Spinal Injuries Scotland’s Watersports Project Launch Event.

Last month, Equal Adventure (EA) attended Spinal Injuries Scotland’s (S.I.S) launch event of their Inclusive Watersports project at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park (Renfrewshire). This event came from funding that S.I.S received from the Big Lottery “Celebrate” fund, for their Watersports Coaching Programme, to enable those with a spinal injury the opportunity to learn and take part […]

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Equal Adventure Welcomes New Inclusive Bundles.

Two new bundles have been added to the Equal Adventure (EA) bundles catalogue. Each bundle is a collection of products (specific to an activity) selected to support an integrated group. The Archery Bundle and Sailing Bundle are the most recent additions to the EA bundle range. The Archery Bundle enables individuals who require assistance with hand […]

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Words from the Grand Opening of The Old Dairy 05/09/14.

Equal Adventure welcomed supporters and friends of the organisation to celebrate the opening of their new premises, The Old Dairy, in Grantown-on-Spey. The EA team would like to share some of the kind words they received from supporters on the day. Local Councillor and long term supporter of the organisation, Jaci Douglas, had the honour of […]

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“The World’s Greatest Living Explorer”, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Visits The Old Dairy.

Last Wednesday evening, the Equal Adventure (EA) team attended a presentation in Aviemore delivered by explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes. Sir Ranulph has been described as “The World’s Greatest Living Explorer” by The Guinness Book of Records. Over the years, he has made many great achievements, such as climbing Mount Everest, raising £2 million for the British Heart Foundation. […]

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Say Cheese! Equal Adventure Joins Instagram.

Equal Adventure (EA) is excited to announce that it has launched its newest social media platform, Instagram. Its new Instagram page will now join its existing sites (Facebook, Twitter and Google +) in creating a diverse range of platforms to communicate with its supporters. Joining Instagram allows the EA team to share with its customers key activities via images and […]

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Cheers! Equal Adventure Team Up With Shetland Reel Gin on Bespoke Project.

Not only do Equal Adventure (EA) deliver inclusive training programmes and produce equipment to enable disabled people take part in outdoor adventure, sport and lead active lifestyles – they also work on bespoke projects with local businesses. Equal Adventure have a passion for sharing their expertise and teaming up with other businesses on projects. Over the past month, […]

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An Evening With “The World’s Greatest Explorer” Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

Tonight, myself and the Equal Adventure team will be attending a presentation by Sir Ranulph Fiennes at the Coylumbridge Hilton Hotel in Aviemore. Sir Ranulph will be giving a presentation about the incredible experiences he has encountered over his years of being an explorer, adventurer and writer. Sir Ranulph has been described as “The World’s Greatest Living […]

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New Faces and a New Location for Equal Adventure

New faces and a New Location for Equal Adventure It’s been a busy few months here at Equal Adventure (EA), but don’t worry I have still made time to sit down and get a blog out. Firstly, I’d like to introduce myself. I’m Colin. I joined the EA team at the beginning of last month […]

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It’s the little things!

Sometimes it is the quiet things, the simple gestures and acts of faith which make all of the difference. I first made contact with Chris at Chill Cheater during my time on the Canada Alaska Sea Kayak Expedition.  Chris was generous enough to support the Expedition with clothing and encouragement, something we needed bags of. […]

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Getting Ready for Paddle 2013

Our work in creating resources and techniques to support inclusive paddle sport range from Expeditions, Research and Product Development.  The early days of our work in this area were informed by conversations with Dave Manby and Geoff Smedley along with support from the Paul Vandermolen Foundation and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).  Long days testing prototypes […]

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EA Presents at the First ever BMC disability symposium

  Come and Find EA at the First Ever BMC Disability Symposium We will be doing a workshop and presenting some new equipment. We will also have a full display of all our equipment. A Bit of Back History It seems like only a moment ago since 1992, when I sat opposite Paul Nunn (RIP) and was […]

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Successful Test of EA New Archery Range

For the past year, the EA team has been working on a range of solutions to make Archery more accessible to disabled people.  We have created a range of equipment which makes it possible for Archers with upper limb impairments to participate with ease.  The range is designed for use by beginners or novices who […]

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