White Hall Centre is Derbyshire County Councils Outdoor Education Centre. It was established by Sir Jack Longland (Longlands Climb on Cloggy & Everest fame amongst many other notable achievements) in 1951. It was the first local authority centre in the country and over those 60 plus years has given thousands of young people their first taste of outdoor activities and trained hundreds of adults with the skills necessary to lead them.
Teaching and leading in the outdoors is what we do. Our staff have a wealth of experience to share with you. Not only the technical skills, but also the all-important group skills. So if its leading groups in the hills and dales, or D of E awards delivery that you need your award for, then come to White Hall