Marrick Priory is a historic 12th century medieval building that was developed in the 1970s into an Outdoor Education and Residential Centre. It is situated in Swaledale in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park and welcomes groups of visitors from all over the world. The Priory is licensed to provide a wide range of adventurous activities and can be booked on a day or residential basis. … Continue Reading
"The instructors were extremely pleasant, friendly and assertive"
"I have come back with new talents I never new I had"
"Excellent food and flexibility - healthy and child appealing"
Marrick Priory is run by the Head of Centre and a board of dedicated and active trustees. There is a close affiliation with the Anglican Diocese of Leeds, who have been instrumental in supporting and developing the centre since the 1960’s. The Diocese appoints half of the trustees, with the other half being made up of locally recruited representatives.