Our Impact

Wide Horizons has now published its latest Social Impact Report for 2016-17

The work of Wide Horizons continued to make a difference in the 2016-17 academic year. Our latest Social Impact Report highlights how over 44,000 children and young people experienced adventure with Wide Horizons with 84% feeling happier following their visit.

“Really fun and DEFINITELY one of the highlights of Year 6. It gave you a chance to make new friends and discover more outdoor activities. I especially enjoyed doing the low-ropes and the tunnels because you went out of your comfort zone and realised you were better at doing things than you thought you were before.”

Read our 2016-17 Social Impact Report here.

Thanks to Jack Renwick Studio for helping with the production of our latest report.