The Pirate Castle

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About Organisation

The Pirate Castle is a boating and outdoor activities charity based in a unique, fully-accessible community centre on the Regent's Canal in the heart of Camden Town, London.

Our mission is to promote life chances, learning and healthy living through canal-based and community activities that are stimulating, inclusive and accessible. Canoeing, kayaking and canal boating are core to our work and we strive to tackle disadvantage, challenge exclusion and support the more vulnerable members of our community through all that we do. Our raft of adventurous recreation, outdoor education and training initiatives improve health and wellbeing, nurture life and social skills and bring people together through active participation - regardless of their ability or personal circumstances.

Our work focuses on children, young people and SEND (special educational needs and disability) groups of all ages, both from our local borough of Camden and more widely across London.
We also partner with mainstream and specialist schools, Pupil Referral Units, frontline and voluntary support services to deliver projects that link with the curriculum, help address challenging behaviours or improve people’s longer-term life chances.

-Water Activities: skippering, canoes and kayaks, canal boating
-National Community Boats Association (NCBA)
-A range of paddle sport training
-Children’s' Parties
-School & Youth Services
-Subsidised school holiday schemes
-Youth Club
-Adult Canoe & Kayak Club
-Community Canal Cruises - subsidised trips for voluntary support groups, local families and state schools
-Affordable, fully accessible venue for projects and events - private hire and discounted rates for community groups

To know more about our services, please visit our website.

Telephone: 020 7267 6605 Or email:

The Pirate Castle
33 Oval Road
London, NW1 7EA

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