Lifeskills was opened in January 2000 by HRH Princess Anne. Since then over 190,000 people have received training here and Lifeskills has gained a solid reputation as a Centre of Excellence for the delivery of safety education and training. Around 13,000 people now receive training in the Centre every year.
Lifeskills offers an exciting and memorable environment in which to learn. By taking part in activities on our realistic scenarios, which include houses, a road, shop, dark alleyway, a river and a railway line, visitors can actually experience difficult or dangerous situations in a safe environment and learn how to deal with them.
Our aim is to secure low injury rates without compromising health or quality of life. We know that experimenting and risk-taking are an important part of growing up and everyday life. Lifeskills gives people the skills and confidence to make their own choices and encourages them to live full, independent lives.
Why run for us…
We’ll be there on the day to cheer you on plus we’ll provide a Lifeskills running vest and support your fundraising in any way we can.
Lifeskills’ provides an invaluable resource and offers a unique learning experience to thousands of people every year. Your fundraising will help to ensure we can continue providing this much needed service for many years to come.
You can apply for one of our own places by emailing [email protected] or telephone 0117 9224511 or 07774 117142.
Alternatively, you can apply for an individual entry through the Bath Half Marathon official website and let us know you would like to run for us.
Bath Half Fundraising History
Lifeskills has now been an official charity partner of the Bath Half Marathon for 5 years and in this time have raised a total figure of £10,690 from fundraising at this event.