Awards for Llangorse Multi Activity Centre

Adventure Activities Licensing Authority

The Adventure Activities Licensing Scheme is a Government sponsored scheme, which was introduced in 1996 under the Adventure Activities Licensing Regulations. The scheme ensures that those who provide certain adventure activities to young people under the age of 18 years, will have their safety management systems inspected. Where appropriate, a licence is then issued.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available here.

British Horse Society

The BHS represents the interests of the 4.3 million people in the UK who ride or who drive horse-drawn vehicles. With its membership and that of its Affiliated Riding Clubs and Affiliated Bridleway Associations the BHS is the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available here.

Wales Trekking and Riding Association

The Wales Trekking and Riding Association aims to provide a safe and enjoyable riding experience for the novice and experienced alike, whilst also looking after the well being of the horses and ponies. All members are regularly inspected to ensure high standards are maintained, all must comply with very stringent regulations and criteria.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available here.

Visit Wales Activity Tourism Accreditation

This is a self-certification scheme for activity providers developed by Visit Wales in conjunction with the Wales Activity Tourism Organisation. It recognises that a business provides sustainable activity tourism with good practices and standards of customer care.

Additional information on this classification scheme is available here.