Bridgwater YMCA offers an extensive range of indoors and outdoor activities delivered from George Williams Centre in Bridgwater.
Got the space? We can also bring many of our activities to you!
These can be delivered and designed to meet the needs of any group and age range including, yet not limited to:-
- Birthday parties
- School Activity Days
- Corporate events
- Scouts, Brownies and cadet groups
- Social groups
- Stag and hen activities
- Youth groups
Would you like to join or start a club featuring these activities? Every group is different. That’s why we are versatile and enjoy producing packages, activity days and events to suit you and your group.
For more information please contact us.
Archery is the art, practice or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow. Our archery sessions provide an opportunity to develop dexterity, control and precision. Adjustable target ranges are geared to every age group. Our archery ranges are indoors allowing the club to run without interference from changing weather conditions. It’s sure to be a challenge and is guaranteed to be fun.
Team work is an essential part of this activity which is encouraged through games and challenges. A bell Boat is a double hulled boat that can seat on average a group of 10. A great introduction to Paddle Sports and building confidence on the water. Bell boating takes its participants out of the Bridgwater Town area and into the countryside on the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal.
A wet and wild activity for those who love being on the water. The sessions include a combination of fun and games whilst mastering paddling techniques. Canadian canoeing is an excellent activity for those who are new to paddle sports or those who prefer that stability of an open boat.
Take on our track on these two-wheeled speed machines! These addictive and novel machines are great fun and offer something different for kids and adults.
A unique activity enabling future explorers to navigate their way around a network of tunnels creating a realistic caving experience. This activity is in our artificial caves on site in Bridgwater.