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Project information

Swallows Nest

Swallows nest is part of our indoor sleeping accomodation. It is converting a barn to sleep people instead of swallows.

10 months approximately

Charity information: Tom Roberts Adventure Centre

Tom Roberts Adventure Centre logo
  • Need


    We need more indoor sleeping arrangements.


    It will add to the current number of beds under solid roof which a few people these days prefer.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    This current project is to put more sleeping accomodation inside.


    » Building and renovation work to the current building.

    What success will look like

    Success will be when more people the site and they can sleep inside.

  • Impact


    The site will be more popular, especially with the adults that come to support the children.


    This project will not be at risk as volunteers have been working in this way for 10 years and it will definitely get done.


    They will get the quarterly newsletter plus we send letters all those charities that support us as often as we can.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £10,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £7,000 Building Materials Screws, Cement, Plaster
      £3,000 Extras Electricians, Manpower
  • Background


    TRAC is situation between Gloucester and the Forest of Dean with picturesque scenery. From the Swallows Nest you will see across the farm and the local agricultural area.


    All the current uses of TRAC and the future users, it may even allow TRAC to be used in Winter in the future.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    The project is part of the picture that TRAC was set up for the youth of the future and this is beginning to fulfil part of the aims of TRAC.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Des Jackson

    Clerk of Works and Vice Chair to Trustees.