The centre provides a range of activities for young people and adults including arts, fishing and boat handling.
There is a car park on site for use by visitors and and the centre can accommodate as many as 50 visitors at a time.
News & Events related to Swinton Lock Activity Centre
All News, Press Releases and Events relating to this Location are listed below
Forgotten Potteries of the Dearne Valley
Yorkshire artist, Adele Howitt, responds to the theme of this forgotten industry. See the exhibition at the Cooper Gallery, Barnsley, from 30 January 2016.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening- mini-beast hotels
Our gardens are home to a wide range of living creatures, an average garden could hold over 2,000 different species of insect.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening-bird feeders
Come along and find out how to make a home made bird feeder.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening
You don’t need green fingers to make your garden more wildlife friendly.
Forgotten Potteries Workshops
Yorkshire artist Adele Howitt has been busy delivering ceramic workshops for the Forgotten Potteries exhibition at the Cooper Gallery, Barnsley.
Forgotten Potteries Artist Commission
The Dearne Valley Landscape Partnership worked with ceramic artist Adele Howitt to produce a new exhibition for the Cooper Gallery, Barnsley.
Projects at this location
All projects that are being carried out at this location are as follows:
Learning from the Dearne
This project will aim to use the assets and opportunities that the Dearne Valley has as the starting point for learning.
The DVLP will support the development of individuals and organisations through targeted training, co-ordination, information sharing, forums and workshops.
Art of the Dearne
This project will use arts and community engagement to collect and tell the stories of the Dearne and the people through oral history, photography, exhibitions, creative…
Signposting the Dearne
This is a series of linked initiatives aimed at encouraging people to walk, cycle and ride horses to explore the Dearne.