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Still learning your climbing wall manners? Here are some top tips that will help you navigate the wall like a seasoned pro:


1. Be aware of your surroundings

 

Is this You? Then we want to hear from you!


  • Experience and desire to instruct people of all ages and abilities, including differently abled climbers
  • Flexible & willing to work evenings and weekends 
  • Able to communicate your passion for climbing indoors and outdoors tocustomers and colleagues alike 
  • Committed to high quality service and self-development

Essential requirements:

 

THE CASTLE  CAFÉ  IS LOOKING FOR an enthusiastic, staff member to join our fantastic team ASAP.


Is this you? Then we want to hear from you! 

Jo Neame
Photo: Alex Messenger
18 year old GB team member Jo is determined to leave her mark on the UK climbing scene. Well versed in competition climbing, Jo's giving us some top training tips for those of you pushed for time!
 
Accessible Climbing

Over the past five years The Castle has built up a reputation for delivering a quality inclusive service for people with disabilities. With a growing work base we are now recruiting for an instructor to work in our Inclusive Climbing Programme.


Is this You? Then we want to hear from you!

An opportunity to be part of our lively reception team at The Castle has arisen! 

We are looking for a receptionist to work on our busy front desk 10 to 24 hours a week. Flexibility is essential as the shifts are varied and cover weekdays, evenings and some weekends. 

A friendly open manner, enthusiastic attitude towards excellent customer service and a high standard of written and spoken English is essential. The ideal candidate should be computer literate and have previous experience in customer service roles. An interest in climbing and sustainability is an advantage.

Photo: Bjoern Esser

Anoushé Husain is a public speaker, civil servant and paraclimber refusing to let any barriers get in her way. Born missing her right arm below the elbow and experiencing multiple health conditions throughout her life, Anoushé shares her experiences in the build up to Round 2 of the Paraseries at the Castle on 17th October.


Did you know that there’s a national climbing series for differently-abled climbers? I had no clue when I started climbing and luckily found out from one of the charities I’m affiliated with.

BMC Paraclimbing Series 2017

Round 2 of the Paraclimbing Series will take place here on Tuesday 17th October. 

Open to all aspiring paraclimbers, the BMC and Climb Scotland Paraclimbing Series is a friendly competition aimed at giving people an authentic competitive experience. This series is organised by the BMC, Climb Scotland, Manchester Climbing Centre, Newcastle Climbing Centre, Edinburgh International Climbing Arena and the Castle Climbing Centre, London.

The series will also act as a basis for talent identification and selection for the GB Paraclimbing Team.

As autumn arrives the Castle is becoming increasingly busier and lively. In the next few weeks you may see a lot of fresh faces and keen novices hanging off the walls. Every October universities from around London, such as UCL,LSE will be bringing new climbers to the Castle to let them try climbing for the first time. We are delighted that they have chosen the Castle as a space for their new climbing club members to have a go and learn the ropes in a safe environment.

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