Taste For Adventure Centre

Taste For Adventure Centre

Charity information

Taste For Adventure Centre

Taste for Adventure Centre is a registered Charity aimed at the social inclusion and the enhancement of the lives of disadvantaged young people through the medium of adventurous, outdoor activities.

Taste for Adventure was founded in 1991 by J H 'Brummie' Stokes MBE BEM ex SAS and third Briton to attain the summit of Everest. After 30 years of living on the edge and having experienced debilitating environments and situations in his military carreer Brummie wanted to invest in the future by empowering less privileged young and old people, helping them to fulfil there potential.

Our target groups are, the less able, blind, social isolated, rurally isolated, elderly, hospice based children and anybody who can be empowered by adventurous or moral building activities from abeseils to tea mornings for our old peoples clubs! We have a full range of on site and off site, residential and non-residential activities, and specialised areas and facilities for the less able

Founded 1991


    To secure funding to purchase new Mini bus with Wheelchair access ramp
  • Additional high ropes course elements

    Additional elements for our unique high ropes course