The Crossbar Group

Sam Pryce, left, The Crossbar Group’s internal operations manager, with Oli Elphick, part of the management team at Climbing Hut in Shrewsbury.
30 Jan 2023
A Shrewsbury climbing centre is to support the alternative education programme provided by a county company. The team at Climbing Hut, which offers a range of climbing activities for all ages, has joined forces with The Crossbar Group to further enhance its Crossbar Alternative Provision (CAP) programme.  Providing bespoke educational opportunities for primary and secondary school students, along...
08 Dec 2022
A host of festive fun is lined up for Shropshire children at Christmas holiday clubs around the county later this month. The Crossbar Group, in partnership with the Crossbar Foundation, are putting the finishing touches to a busy itinerary of activities. Designed to keep children aged between four and 11 active and entertained, clubs will be held at eight Shropshire primary schools both before...
17 Oct 2022
Halloween fun awaits Shropshire children at holiday clubs around the county next week. The Crossbar Group, in partnership with the Crossbar Foundation, have put together a packed itinerary of half-term Halloween activities. It follows another successful summer for the company which saw them welcome youngsters to school holiday clubs held across six busy weeks. Luke Hughes, Crossbar’s holiday...
Pictured: Zoe Watson, sales and marketing manager at Alderford Lake, with Gavin Cowan, The Crossbar Group’s managing director.
21 Sep 2022
A popular Shropshire outdoor activity centre has formed a partnership with a county company to support the alternative education programme it delivers. The team at Alderford Lake, which provides a range of water-based activities in Whitchurch, will help to enhance the programme offered by The Crossbar Group’s Crossbar Alternative Provision (CAP). Providing bespoke educational opportunities for...
 Danny Minshall, left, sales director at Budgen Motors, and Jamie Haynes, director of The Crossbar Group, with two of the laptops learners on Crossbar’s Alternative Provision programme will be able to use.
08 Jul 2022
A Shropshire company which delivers alternative education programmes has teamed up with a county car dealership to enhance what it can offer learners. The Crossbar Group’s Crossbar Alternative Provision (CAP) provides bespoke educational opportunities for vulnerable children and young adults from primary and secondary school ages, and post 16 up to the age of 25, in need of a different...
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