This new study, reported in the Guardian, shows how adventure and residential activities raise well-being for us all. Campaign for Adventure advocates living a life with new horizons, experiences and challenges if confidence, self-esteem and health are to flourish in our communities and families. Not only this, but crime, substance-abuse, self-abuse and antisocial behaviour are less present in our society – this is not a good time to be reducing our youth services, the very place Big Society starts and becomes embedded in young lifes and lifestyles.
Further information: Rachel Williams –
and here for New Philanthopy Capital, the research funder.

Outdoor Adventure Week 2012 is running from 25th May-5th June – for further details: Outdoor Adventure Week 2012