Kids Club

Activities for KIDS this Summer!

Monday, July 31st, 2017 - Posted by Danie

With the Summer Holidays already underway and the wonderfully unpredictable British weather being, well, as unpredictable as ever – here’s a few options to keep your kids occupied with us this Summer:

Mini Tasters £24 – for 5-7 year olds: Learn More & Book Online

60 minutes of climbing, fun and games under the supervision of our qualified instructors. Perfect for youngsters that want to try something new this Summer!

Junior Tasters £29 – for 8-16 year olds: Learn More & Book Online

A 90 minute introduction to Indoor Rock Climbing. These sessions are brilliant fun and give kids the chance to really get stuck in and have a proper go at scaling our walls!

Private Tuition from £49 – for any age (up to 4 only): Learn More & How To Book

If your kids have climbed before and want to move at their own pace during the session then why not book an instructor all to yourself?! These sessions can be book at a time convenient for you (depending on availability) and mean your children can choose exactly what they want to do – you could even join in with them!

For something different… and on the Sunny days, why not try Wild Wood Adventure in Stoke Park, Guildford? The UK’s largest Treetop Adventure course, right here in Guildford! And, if you use CRG20 at checkout, you’ll save a truly lovely 20% off any booking you make with them up until the end of the holidays. Click here to learn more and Book Online NOW!

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Toby Roberts – 1st at National Finals!

Monday, May 8th, 2017 - Posted by Danie

Toby Roberts, 1st in Youth C BoysA big congratulations to Toby Roberts who came 1st in Youth C Boys at the BMC Youth Climbing Series Finals at EICA Ratho, Edinburgh last weekend!

We had a total of 6 Youth Team members and 2 Squad members who qualified having competed and come top 3 within our Region.

As always, all of our young climbers trained hard, tried hard and were wonderful ambassadors for Craggy Island. We’re very proud of all of you!

Our climbers all contributed to London & South East (South) winning the Team competition and maintaining their title as best Region.

Results below:

1st – Toby Roberts, Youth C Boys (GB Team and Craggy Youth Team)

4th – Matilda Collins, Youth C Girls (GB Team and Craggy Youth Team)

5th – Hannah Toward, Youth D Girls (Craggy Youth Team)

7th – Rhys Conlon, Youth D Boys (Craggy Youth Team)

8th – Joshua Bruyns, Youth B Boys (Craggy Youth Team)

14th – Jonas Mueller-Doblies, Youth E Boys (Guildford Youth Squad)

20th – Ella Griffith, Youth B Girls (Craggy Youth Team)

23rd – James Harwood, Youth D Boys (Sutton Youth Squad)

Full results for all competitors can be found here.

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NEWS: Cafe & Changing refurbishments!

Friday, February 17th, 2017 - Posted by Danie


The new mezzanine Changing Area. Including toilets and showers.

The Cafe at Guildford will be closed from 19th February. 

Plans for the final stage of the centre redevelopment will commence on 20th February and last for approx 6 weeks. This will include moving the cafe to the ground floor and the changing area up to the mezzanine.

Phase one will see the cafe closed and the mezzanine area  cleared. New male and female changing rooms will be created, each with a shower and toilet. The viewing gallery will remain with comfortable seating for those wanting to enjoy the view!

Phase two will commence with completion of the changing area and this will include building a new cafe with a cafe seating area being created where the current changing area is located.

All work is expected to be completed with the new cafe opening on 1st of April 2017!


The new “Bart’s Cafe” – opening 1st of April 2017!

Under New Management:

Management of the cafe will be provided by Bart Hilla Trading as Bart’s Cafe. Bart is a regular climber here at Craggy and will be known to many of our members, he is currently working on a new menu and has plenty of exciting  ideas up his sleeve!

Please note: Hot drinks, cold drinks, crisps, chocolate and sweets will be available to purchase from Reception throughout the refurb. Seating will be limited but we very much appreciate your patience whilst we carry out these improvements.

Party Food: If you have booked a Birthday Party with food during this time then rest assured, your party food will still go ahead as planned. Please contact Marv Smith, Centre Manager, at if you have any questions.



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Youth Climbing Team selection for 2016/2017 season!

Thursday, June 16th, 2016 - Posted by Danie

Matilda and Toby with their trophies at the International Youth Color Festival, Imst in June 2015

Matilda and Toby with their trophies at the International Youth Color Festival, Imst in June 2015

Would you like to try out for the Craggy Island Youth Climbing Team?  If so, here’s how to put yourself up for selection…

Download Youth Team Application Form here!

What do we offer members of the Youth Climbing Team?

The Craggy Island Youth Climbing Team is a select group of young climbers who either already show great form in competitions or have the potential to climb well in that environment.

Being a member of the Team opens up the following opportunities for young climbers:

  • Full support from Craggy Island – all of your climbing, tuition, coaching, advice and team kit is provided free of charge.  The only things that we do not cover the cost of are personal climbing equipment and travel to competitions as we feel it is very important that parents are involved in their child’s climbing too and ask that they support their child in attending the competitions that they choose to.
  • Team members climb for free at all Craggy Island centres.  We also encourage parents to be involved by offering them free climbing when they come in with their child – to either supervise, belay or climb with them.  If parents are not climbers already then we will offer you a Beginner Course or Lead Climbing Course so you can have a thorough understanding of what your child is undertaking.
  • Members of the team are still encouraged to attend our Kids Club if they wish as we believe that climbing should be about fun first and fore-most and want to ensure that all of our young climbers maintain a healthy attitude towards both their climbing and the other youngsters that they share their love of the sport with.  Attendance to our Kids Club is provided free of charge in this instance.
  • Weekly 2-hour coaching sessions are provided by our in-house team – Danie Rushmer, Team Manager & Coach, Mark Croxall, Head Coach, Howard Blyth, Coach and Graeme Harwood, Coach.  All of our coaches have a huge level of experience as individuals and between them are able to provide a diverse and high level of advice on all aspects of climbing, training and competing.  With their involvement also reaching out to the GB Junior Team and BMC National and Regional Academies this is one of the most experienced coaching teams available to a non-national team here in the UK.
  • In addition to the sessions provided on a weekly basis we also call in other highly regarded coaches for additional sessions.  The most recent of which was provided by Ian Dunn, GB Junior Team Manager who ran a day-long workshop with the team looking at warming up, performance analysis, lead climbing and core strength.
  • Our coaching team also attend significant competitions and events to support the team.  This is also provided free of charge within the UK and by arrangement in Europe.  Whilst attending competitions and events our coaches are able to provide assistance with warming up, preparation, route-reading, advice on specific moves or problems and assistance in making sure youngsters are in the right place at the right time!
Team member Miles Graham competing at the BMC YCS

Team member Miles Graham competing at the BMC YCS

Download Youth Team Application Form here!

The format for Selection this year is different to previous years. 

Anyone wishing to be considered for Team will need to complete a Youth Team Application form. Once completed, please email to or drop in at Reception for attention of Danie. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 6th of July 2016.

Successful applicants will then be invited to a Selection Day on Saturday 9th of July 2016 at 10:30-13:00. Further details will be provided as appropriate. There is no charge for the Selection Day.

All children born between 2000 and 2009 are invited to apply. This will be Youth A, Youth B, Youth C, Youth D and Youth E for events during late 2016 and 2017.

The Youth Team after Round 3 of the BMC YCS 2016

The Youth Team after Round 3 of the BMC YCS 2016

The selected Youth Team for 2016/2017 will then be announced on Wednesday 13th of July.  All attendees will be informed via email whether they have been selected or not on that day.  If you are not selected, we will provide specific feedback as to what you can improve on and how best to develop your climbing.

Please Note:  Team trainings and benefits will not start until 1st of September 2016 for new members!  You will be required to continue using Craggy in a ‘normal’ manner until then.

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Danie via email on

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New: Junior Social Session at Guildford!

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016 - Posted by Danie

32With climbing becoming ever more popular with young climbers we’re introducing a brand new session – just for them!

Starting Friday 10th of June 2016!

Our Junior Social will run every Friday evening from 7pm-9pm – priced at just £5.00. The session is for young climbers aged 14-16 years who have passed their Junior Competency Test and Registered as members here at Craggy Island, Guildford.

There will be an instructor on hand to offer advice and guidance but this is not a “supervised” session and is only suitable for competent young climbers.

If you’re unsure whether you’re Registered or suitable for this session then please call us on 01483 566880 before coming along, just to be sure.

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What makes Craggy Island’s Kids Clubs so special…?

Sunday, November 1st, 2015 - Posted by Danie

party surrey climbingHaving been at the fore-front of indoor climbing in the South East since 2004, we really have a great understanding of how to provide brilliant climbing!

Back in 2004, one of the first courses we started developing and delivering was Kids Club.  In the 10 years since, we’ve seen it grow from strength to strength with many hundreds of aspiring young climbers coming through our doors and have kept diversifying and adapting along the way – always ensuring that we not only provide the best service in safety and instruction but also ensuring that our Clubs are the most fun around!

FolderWe’ve never been fans of anything bland or “normal” and our Kids Clubs are no exception.  Rather than implementing an off-the-shelf awards scheme for our young climbers, we’ve taken the time to create our own bespoke awards schemes for both our Mini Kids Club and Kids Club.  We love to climb and know that every youngster that walks through our doors here wants to climb too so that’s what we focus on during our kids sessions.  We avoid the more mundane “classroom” style sessions adopted for a lot of learning situations and prefer to get straight on the walls to allow them to let off steam and get stuck in to the sport they’ve fallen in love with…

Lucy Bradbury climbing the stackHaving said that, we still appreciate that there’s a need for structure and offer a great range of courses for schools and groups to work through beginner courses and fulfill educational criteria, like for GCSEs.

Climbing offers an incredible alternative to youngsters who may struggle in team sport situations.  It is engaging both physically and mentally and a great way to not only keep active but to unwind and learn valuable social and communication skills.  In climbing, you develop partnerships with your peers based on trust and many great friendships have been forged as a result.

Every child that attends a Kids Club is given a folder containing the syllabus for all of our awards (Levels 1 to 5) and they are aimed at progressing a child’s climbing from absolute beginner to being a very experienced indoor climber with the ability to belay, lead climb and demonstrate advanced technical ability.

child rock climbing at Craggy IslandLevel 1:

This is for beginner climbers and is all about them learning the basic safety skills like knot-tying and belaying to ensure that they are safe within the climbing area.

Level 2:

We start to focus more on the movement of climbing now – looking at basic techniques to refine their style and start working towards harder climbs.

Level 3:

Once a child reaches Silver they will be a very competent climber with a great range of safety skills and a confident climbing style.  This is now the time to look at advanced movement techniques and encouraging them to start pushing their grade.

Level 4:

This is where they start to gain their independence at Craggy.  They’ll start to build confidence in their own decision making and our instructors will be there to ensure they’re safe and able to take steps to looking after themselves in a climbing wall environment.

ContentLevel 5:

This is our most advanced award and sees youngsters climbing independently.  Still under the guidance of our instructors, they will make their own decisions about which climbs they will attempt and will be ready to choose their own direction – many opt to move into Craghoppers or the Youth Development Squad at this stage if they have not already done so.

Upon completing an award level they receive a certificate as part of their folder.

If you’d like to find out more about our sessions please select either Guildford or Sutton.  Alternatively, why not give us a call on 0844 880 8866 and we can talk you through the options and help you to choose the right club for your child.




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Summer Fun with Craggy Island!

Sunday, June 21st, 2015 - Posted by Danie

child rock climbing at Craggy IslandGet you kids active this Summer Holiday with indoor climbing here at Craggy Island!  With sessions ranging from 1 to 3 hours there’s something to suit all requirements and with our Cafe on site too you might even get some time to yourself with a yummy coffee…

This page is for Holiday Sessions at Guildford – for Holiday Sessions at Sutton, please click here!

Call 01483 566880 now to book!


young lad rock climbing at Craggy Islandschool holiday fun sessions

  • A 3 hour long climbing, abseiling, fun and games session suitable for children aged 8 to 13 years.

Our instructors will be there at all times to make sure your kids are both safe and having fun!  There will a break during the session to give them a chance to rehydrate and re-fuel – drinks will be provided in our café and are included in the cost of the course.  Snacks can be purchased from the cafe or vending machines, however, if your child has any particular dietary requirements, please send them with something to eat or drink (there is a fridge available if needed).

Scheduled School Holiday Sessions:

(Information last updated:  Sunday 21st of June 2015 at 11:42)

Thursday 23rd of July at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces 11 spaces

Tuesday 28th of July at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces 11 spaces

Thursday 30th of July at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Tuesday 4th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Thursday 6th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Tuesday 11th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Thursday 13th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Tuesday 18th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Thursday 20th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Tuesday 25th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

Thursday 27th of August at 10:30-13:30 – 12 spaces

£39.50 per person

(includes all safety equipment. Rock Shoes can be hired for an extra £4.00 but are not essential)

Call 01483 566880 now to book!


kids climbingtaster sessions

  • Tasters are a really fun “Have-a-Go” session suitable for first time climbers aged between 8 and 16 years

They are a great way of getting an introduction to the exciting sport of indoor climbing and will challenge even the most adventurous youngsters!

Scheduled Sessions:

(Information last updated:  Sunday 21st of June 2015 at 11:55)

Wednesday 22nd of July at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Wednesday 22nd of July at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces 5 spaces

Friday 24th of July at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Friday 24th of July at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Monday 27th of July at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Monday 27th of July at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

kids clubWednesday 29th of July at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Wednesday 29th of July at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Friday 31st of July at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Friday 31st of July at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Monday 3rd of August at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Monday 3rd of August at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Wednesday 5th of August at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Wednesday 5th of August at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Friday 7th fo August at 10:00-11:30 – 6 spaces

Friday 7th of August at 14:00-15:30 – 6 spaces

Please call 01483 566880 for availability further ahead…

£27.50 per person

(includes all safety equipment. Rock Shoes can be hired for an extra £4.00 but are not essential)

Call 01483 566880 now to book!


cafeactive climb

  • If you have a child aged between 5 and 7 years old then an Active Climb will give them the chance to have a go at climbing here at Craggy.

This session runs at a lower ratio to ensure that each child gets as much support and encouragement as possible during their climbs.

Scheduled Sessions:

(Information last updated:  Sunday 21st of June 2015 at 12:00)

Wednesday 22nd of July at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Wednesday 22nd of July at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Friday 24th of July at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Friday 24th of July at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Monday 27th of July at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Monday 27th of July at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

party boy bouldering at Craggy Island SuttonWednesday 29th of July at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Wednesday 29th of July at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Friday 31st of July at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Friday 31st of July at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Monday 3rd of August at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Monday 3rd of August at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Wednesday 5th of August at 13:00-11:30 – 4 spaces

Wednesday 5th of August at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Friday 7th of August at 10:30-11:30 – 4 spaces

Friday 7th of August at 14:00-15:00 – 4 spaces

Please call 01483 566880 for availability further ahead…

£22.50 per person

(includes all safety equipment. Rock Shoes can be hired for an extra £4.00 but are not essential)

Call 01483 566880 now to book!


private tuition

  • If you’re looking for something more specific; perhaps you want to learn to climb too, give the kids a tougher challenge or simply want your instructor’s undivided attention then a Private session is the thing for you!

You can book each session for up to 4 people and it will be completely tailored to your requirements.

Private Sessions:

1 person: £45 per hour

2 people: £55 per hour

3 people: £65 per hour

4 people: £75 per hour

parent & child: £50 per hour

(includes all safety equipment. Rock Shoes can be hired for an extra £4.00 but are not essential)

Private sessions can be booked at any time, subject to availability.

Call 01483 566880 now to book!

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Craggy Youth Team take Silver in Europe!

Thursday, June 11th, 2015 - Posted by Danie

Matilda and Toby with their trophiesLast weekend the Youth Color Climbing Festival took place in Imst, Austria. This International competition for 10 to 13 year olds takes place annually and is an opportunity for youngsters from all over the world who are too young to compete as part of their National team to get a taste of competing on the World stage. 

Matilda Collins (11 years) and Toby Roberts (10 years), both members of the Craggy Island Youth Climbing Team, climbed exceptionally in the Youth D category and both placed 2nd. Toby, in the first year of competing in Youth D, topped all of his routes and missed out on 1st place by just 2 seconds when he was timed-out before matching the last hold on one climb.

Craggy Youth Team Coach, Mark Croxall, was in Austria to support Matilda and Toby.  He said: “Both of them have worked so hard in the run up to this event having both placed very well at the BMC Youth Climbing Series earlier this year. Matilda’s natural ability and Toby’s strength and incredible determination make them both very promising climbers for the future. At Craggy, it’s very important to us to develop our young climbers in a fun environment and I believe that it’s this which motivates them to continually improve and excel.”

Matilda and Toby climbing their way to Silver

In Youth C, GB Junior Team members Emily Phillips and Hamish McArthur provided stand-out performances by taking 5th and 6th place respectively.

In addition, there were another 16 climbers from all over Great Britain. This is our largest ever entry into the Youth Color and a reflection of the increase in the number of youngsters taking up the sport and looking to take International competitions seriously.

For any media or sponsorship enquiries regarding the Craggy Island Youth Climbing Team, please contact Team Manager, Danielle Rushmer.

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Seb’s Top Tips for buying Rock Shoes:

Monday, November 24th, 2014 - Posted by Danie

Rock On at Craggy Island!The right shoes will make you climb better. Fact!

However, this is an incredibly personal thing – what’s right for you may not be right for anyone else and, equally, just cos your mate swears by his shoes doesn’t mean they will work well for you.

At Rock On we start by looking at your feet and trying to find shoes that either match the shape of your feet or will be filled by your feet. Rock shoes don’t have to be painful but they do have to be tight. Only you can judge how tight you can bear your shoes to be but we can guide you through the sensible options for your feet and explain the differences, how much they may stretch, soften and shape around you and whether they are an appropriate shoe for how (or what) you like to climb. You will almost certainly climb better (or harder) in a well fitting pair of not-too-technical shoes than you will in a badly fitting pair of very technical ones. Our job is to help you work out the difference.

This only works because we keep hundreds of pairs of rock shoes in each of our shops. If your feet are sized between a kids size 9 (27 continental) and an adults size 14 (49 continental) we should have the size and shape to fit you. If your feet are bigger than that we might still have some but maybe not much choice and if you are smaller than a kids size 9 does your mummy know you are on the internet?!

Seb from Rock On’s top ten tips to buying rock shoes:

1) Buying a rock shoe is like finding your perfect partner; don’t judge on looks alone or stop searching until it feels absolutely right.

2) Size really does matter! Always seek advice from a specialist in this area. Get this wrong and you really may as well be climbing in a pair of bright pink flip flops! (We sell these too!)

3) As within the bedroom, stay OPEN MINDED! What you think or ‘know’ you might like, may well be standing in between you and something you don’t already know, that’s better.

4) Man made fabrics are more likely to smell than natural ones so smelly feet peoples be aware!

5) All rock shoes are going to stretch to some degree over the first 5-6 weeks of regular usage. The ‘shop fit’ wants to be that little bit smaller to compensate for this.

6) The compromise with rock shoes is always between comfort and performance. My view is that often the proportion of performance gained is disproportionate to the comfort lost, BUT that for the ambitious climber this trade off is very much worth it.

7) The ‘right’ pair of rock shoes will give you the extra confidence you need in your feet to progress to the next level.

8) Don’t waste your time trying shoes on over the Internet. Exactly – you can’t! You’ll spend precious few pennies more, if any, and you’ll get expert hands on service from a specialist outlet like us.

9) The rock shoe is critical to your climbing enjoyment and progression so the effort spent on getting it right is rewarded to you every time you climb. Now that rocks!

10) The staff at Rock On are the most enthusiastic rock shoe climber type people in the universe and that’s a fact!



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Success for Craggy Youth Team at National Finals…!

Sunday, June 29th, 2014 - Posted by Danie

Matilda Collins, 1st Place in Youth D Girls

This weekend saw the Grand Final for the British Mountaineering Council’s Youth Climbing Series at EICA Ratho in Edinburgh!

The Youth Climbing Series (YCS) is run by the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) and gives youngsters aged between 7 and 17 the chance to compete in a fun series of competitions within their region. During the competition the kids are required to climb 3 routes and 3 boulder problems – scoring points for the distance that they manage to climb up the route or boulder problem.  A maximum of 100 points is available on the routes and 60 on the boulder problems.  All routes and boulders are set specifically for the competition and take in to account not only the age of the children that will be climbing them, but also their size and the strengths and weaknesses which are likely at their age.

The top 3 climbers from each category qualify in to the Grand Final so simply earning a place is a truly great achievement and something that all who qualified should be extremely proud of!

We were delighted to have 6 Craggy Youth Team and 1 Development Squad member through to Finals – this represents more places for our Region in the Finals than any other team in the area and is a credit to the support provided by our coaching team.

  • Youth A Boys:  Reegan Brown
  • Youth A Girls:  Lucy Bradbury
  • Youth C Boys:  Miles Graham & James Bateman
  • Youth D Boys:  Tola Lally (Craggy Youth Squad)
  • Youth D Girls:  Matilda Collins
  • Youth E Boys:  Toby Roberts

Lucy Bradbury on her second climb.Having qualified for the event back in the early spring it must have felt like a long time coming for our young climbers…  Danie Rushmer (Team Manager), Mark Croxall (Head Coach) and Graeme Harwood (Coach) were also there – providing our young climbers with all the support, advice and encouragement they needed to not only do well but have a great time trying.

After completing the traditional group warm up with all of the other competitors the kids were split in to their age groups and began preparing for their climbs and boulders.  With so many competitors (over 300 young climbers from throughout England, Scotland and Ireland!) it is always extremely difficult to keep track of how individuals are doing within their groups so it is a rollercoaster of a day and a great battle of ups and downs, highs and lows…  Above all, it’s a learning experience with all of our young competitors coming out of it having learnt a lot.

James Bateman making his way to the top of his second climb.It was a tough competition for all of them and certainly a step up from the Regional competitions.  Having to cope with nerves, an intimidating venue, lots of waiting around between climbs and the pressure of competing at National level I can honestly say that I could not be more proud of our Team members.

Highlight of the day has to be 1st Place for Matilda Collins in Youth D Girls.  This follows on from her recent success in Europe where she achieved 7th in the International Youth Colour Festival in Imst, Austria and puts her up there with some of the most exciting young talents currently within the UK climbing scene.

Great congratulations go to all of our climbers: 

  • Matilda Collins, 1st Place
  • Toby Roberts, 4th Place
  • Lucy Bradbury, 7th Place
  • Reegan Brown, 9th Place
  • James Bateman, 14th Place
  • Miles Graham, 16th Place
  • Tola Lally, 20th Place

The London & South East Team - winners of the team competition!In addition to the congratulations to our climbers, I also want to say a HUGE thank you to all the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters who provided transport, love and support throughout the whole weekend.  Without all of you this really wouldn’t be possible – and most certainly not anywhere near as much fun! 

Full results can be viewed here.

More photos can be viewed here.

You can read a bit more about the Craggy Youth Team here.  Any media enquiries should be directed to Danielle Rushmer, Team Manager at


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