CHMAS believes that we have a moral responsibility to facilitate access to outdoor experiences, first aid training and to offset our carbon emissions to protect the environments that we rightly cherish. Below are the organisations and schemes that we are associated with.

Make It Wild

Unfortunately, it is estimated that running our outdoor activity / training business contributes 20t of carbon dioxide per year, which didn’t sit easily with us. To offset our carbon emissions, CHMAS has signed up with Make It Wild as a partner organisation to offset our carbon footprint. You can view our commitment here.

Scout Association

Chris has been involved with the Scout Association since childhood and is now involved in adult leader training through the Yr Hafod Scouts Cymru Activity Centre in North Wales. As well as this he is the Scouts Cymru Climbing Advisor and a Hill Walking and Rock Climbing Assessor. The Scout Association started his outdoor journey, and it feels great to pay back the organisation that gave him so much in his younger days.

Shrewsbury Canoe Club

Chris is a member of Shrewsbury Canoe Club where he started off his paddling journey and helped him to become a BCU L3 Coach in Canoeing & Kayaking and an FSRT Provider. When work commitments allow he volunteers as a coach to pay back the club that started his paddlesport journey.

CHMAS First Aid Lite

First Aid Lite is run by Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) and is a free 2 hour basic life support first aid course, that will provide you with the simple skills needed to save a life.

Further information can be found on the First Aid Lite Course by using the following link First Aid Lite.