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The Study Centre is in the Old Bowling Clubhouse beside the old bowling green.

It is separated from the Visitor Centre by a 200m walk and, therefore, makes safeguarding children easier. It provides a dedicated space to conduct class based learning and for coats, books and bags to be stored.

The Study Centre has ramp access and has an accessible WC. There is Wifi available and there is ample parking for cars and coaches. There are projection facilities and a screen. The small kitchen can be used for hot drinks and snack preparation.

In the summer it is possible to arrange for small numbers to camp on the old bowling green, although bathroom facilities are very limited. There are limited bunk room facilities in the Community Centre. There are some larger properties for group rental in the village.

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