Centre’s new classroom set to make a ‘massive difference’

PUBLISHED: 21:00 18 August 2016

Staff and apprentices at the site of the new building.

Staff and apprentices at the site of the new building.


A North Somerset outdoor activity centre has opened a new classroom, thanks to apprentices and graduates at engineering firm BAE Systems.

The classroom was opened at Goblin Combe Environment Centre, in Cleeve, last month after the work was carried out by BAE and Splash Projects in partnership with charity Groundwork South, which manages Goblin Combe.

Groundwork’s chief executive Graham Duxbury said: “The hard work that both organisations put into transforming the site will make a massive difference to the local community.”

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