About Positive Adventure

Positive Adventure is a Community Interest Company that provides Adventure Retreats and a Hiking Club to serving members and veterans of the UK's uniformed services. This includes our Armed Forces, NHS, Ambulance Service, Police and Fire Service amongst others.

Our events are designed to support participants and offer real benefits. Together, we focus on improving the fitness, diet, lifestyle and confidence of our veterans as well as building team spirit and creating a long lasting positive outlook.

Playing Your Lottery With Positive Adventure

Every time you play you will be contributing directly to the funding of Positive Adventure, as well as being in with a chance of winning Your Lottery £10,000 jackpot, there are also thirteen monthly prizes from the £1,600 prize pot.

Where your stake goes

  • 50% of your stake goes directly to Positive Adventure
  • 20% is payable in winners' prizes
  • 30% used in administration of the lottery

Compared with other lotteries

  • 25.5% Health Lottery goes to good causes
  • 28% National Lottery goes to good causes
  • 32% Postcode Lottery goes to good causes

Adventure Retreats

Our Adventure Retreats focus on getting you away from the stress of day to day life; using the great outdoors to provide a positive experience. Through challenging activity including canyoning, abseiling, scrambling and rafting, they provide an exhilarating outdoor experience for all who take part with the focus on improving physical and mental well-being.

Veterans' Hiking

Veterans Hiking is a Hiking Club owned and managed by Positive Adventure. Veterans from any service have access to our events at zero cost. Our walks are designed to support participants and offer real benefits. Together, we focus on improving physical and mental well-being, whilst connecting like mind people and building team spirit.

About Positive Adventure

The key to successful delivery falls to an experienced team.

Collectively, they have the knowledge and qualifications to provide a professional and effective service to those that attend.

They have a deep understanding of the client group, the challenges facing them, and subscribe to the ethos that outdoor activity can provide positive physical and mental health benefits.

They also have strong links with various agencies so can provide pathways to those seeking further opportunity.

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