Harrison Pitt Architects worked with its longstanding client the Bendrigg Trust on a £1.5m improvement programme.

Bendrigg Trust specialises in delivering high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people. It aims to promote inclusion, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the safe provision of adventurous activities.

This particular project saw the creation of a new fully wheelchair-accessible residential unit, named Acorn House, to replace an outdated facility at the site.

Acorn House has 24-beds spread over two accomodation wings with 10 en-suite bedrooms sleeping two to four people in each.

As well as the accomodation, it has a central lounge, self-catering kitchen, dining area and games room.

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