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Page last updated on 18/3/2010

Our customer surveys show an excellent satisfaction rate with 100% of our customers stating the overall experience at Pendine OEC as ‘excellent’ or ‘good’.

Other groups are happy to elaborate on the survey and sample testimonials are shown below:

‘We had a fantastic week at Pendine. The diverse range of activities on offer was excellent. All instructors were highly professional in teaching the children new skills. They were able to challenge the children whilst maintaining a sense of safety and security. Days were well structured and full, including evening activities. Every child benefited enormously from the week, enriched by the experience. Thank you.’
Redlands Junior school, Reading

‘Yet again, another fantastic week in Pendine! Every child has thoroughly enjoyed (as indeed have the staff!) and gained some valuable experiences with the excellent activities on offer. A big thank you to all the staff, it has been a pleasure. And Margaret, thanks for the mountain of food, it was delicious!’
Burry Port Juniors, Carmarthenshire

‘This is our first visit to Pendine OEC – it certainly won’t be our last! We received a warm welcome by all staff. The children enjoyed a holiday / educational visit in a secure environment tutored by people who instilled  confidence in them all despite their differing abilities. Excellent / bendigedig. Diolch yn fawr’
St Marys Catholic School, Wrexham

‘Imagine an unspoilt village at the end of a beautiful long beach, a village without a bank or fast food restaurant. Does this image contrast with the urban life of our pupils?
For one group of primary pupils from industrialised North Yorkshire, Pendine Sands provides a prefect contrast. Visit a rockpool full of creatures rather than a canal full of cans.
Our stay at Pendine OEC gave the pupils such a safe different and enjoyable experience. I first visited the Centre in 1979. The attraction of such a lovely place and such helpful, caring staff have not diminished since.’
Tony Tideswell, DoveBank Primary, Stoke on Trent.