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First Meeting Back – Youth Adventure Trust


Salisbury Rotary Club members welcomed the Mayor of Salisbury, Caroline Corbin and her consort and husband Tom,  Past Mayor Sheila Warrander, and other guests to its first face to face meeting for some eighteen months at the Milford Hall Hotel.

The guest speaker was Natalie Levin from The Youth Adventure Trust, an organisation set up in 1992, that aims to inspire young lives by helping vulnerable young people transform their lives through outdoor adventure.


The Youth Adventure Trust helps vulnerable young people from Wiltshire and Swindon aged 11-16 years old to unlock their potential and lead positive lives in the future.

Since 1992, over 3,900 vulnerable young people have attended the camps, providing more than 27,000 activity days. There are no financial barriers to taking part as the programme is entirely free of charge to all the young people, their families and the organisations who nominate them to take part.

If any parent, school or young person is interested in the Youth Adventure Trust, they will not be disappointed at what is being offered.

   Natalie Levin of the Youth Adventure Trust.