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A compact, welcoming and friendly centre surrounded by pine fringed grounds, with sweeping cliff top views overlooking the North Norfolk coastline.

“The pupils have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. They have really challenged themselves and will remember it for years to come.”

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A junction of the M25 is close to the village. Railways do not pass by the small settlement: its closest stations are Kingswood and Tadworth, more than a mile away. Low-frequency bus services do serve nearby Lower Kingswood.

Perched high on clifftops overlooking the North Norfolk coastline, this centre is set in 30 acres of beautiful pine-fringed grounds.

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“Everyone leaves the centre a little prouder, braver and more challenged.”

As part of Inspiring Learning, Kingswood offers a complete educational and adventure activity programme for young people across the UK and around the world. An experience that aids personal development, teaches key life skills and helps build confidence and self-belief.

Kingswood Golf and Country Club occupies the south of the Kingswood Warren with fine views over [12] of Smuggler's Pit Plantation, above the small valley, Hogden Bottom.[12] James Braid, five times Open champion, opened in the 1920s this venue as a 6,954 yard course. Today this offers weddings, catering and conferences "the mature course has undergone extensive re-design and construction.".[25]

FIND OUT MORE The Lodge Experience luxury and style with the Lodge at Kingswood

A compact indoor and outdoor activity centre, ideal for young guests. Set on a beautiful fell side close to Newcastle and the Scottish Borders.

77% of students said that following a residential they felt more confident to try things they wouldn't have done before.

“Having been on many residentials, Kingswood topped the lot. An invaluable experience for our children.”

91% of students said that since the residential they find their learning in school more interesting.

A beautiful 17th century Normandy Château in the picturesque village of Criel-Sur-Mer. A perfect base from which to explore the historic sites and cultural attractions of the region.

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Lower Kingswood School was built in 1893 and enlarged in 1903. Tadworth and Kingswood School (in Banstead parish) was built in 1875. Both are County Council Schools.

Autumn Wedding Fayre – Sunday 18th September 2016

Based on the 1841 census, Samuel Lewis writes of Kingswood in 1848 there were 848 inhabitants and, in brief, consisted of 1,800 acres (730 ha) of which 400 were woodland and the remainder almost wholly arable.[7] Kingswood Warren (house) was built about 1850, see Landmarks.

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Burgh Heath however was recorded, appearing as Burgh, held in 1086 by Hugh of Port of Bishop Odo of Bayeux, his overlord; its assets were 5 exemption units (large estates) for which it was taxed on 2.5.[6]

Situated in North Wales, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Colomendy is a perfect environment for schools wanting to explore the great outdoors!

We hold regular training courses, so if you're interested please call us on 01273 648298 or email to find out more.

Kingswood Golf & Country Club Sandy Lane, Kingswood Tadworth, Surrey KT20 6NE

Situated in nine acres of parkland on the doorstep of the beautiful Peak District, this centre includes superb watersports facilities.

Its geology is that of the North Downs, see Surrey - Geology; as to soil Chipstead, Banstead and Tadworth have the first free draining slightly acid loamy soil that tops the wider downs to Guildford and is found around Dorking.[13]

In this era today's Brighton Road through Croydon and Redhill, the A23 replaced the Old Brighton road which came up Reigate Hill, passed through Lower Kingswood and by Upper Kingswood and on into Sutton, which is now the A217, preventing development of the area.[4]

The name of the church is reflected in those words from 1 Corinthians carved over the west door.[23]

84% of students said that following a residential their behaviour will be better in school.

4 Fleming Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 4SN

The original purpose built Kingswood centre overlooks the picturesque beauty of the Wrekin and Clee Hills.

Food served Monday - Sunday:12:00pm - 2:30pm / 5:30pm - 9:30pm

The entire ward sits on top of the North Downs and, taken as a whole, slopes gradually from 200m AOD in the south to 170m AOD in Upper Kingswood in the north.[11] Kingswood is rectangular, less than 3 miles from north to south, and is under a mile broad.[4]

Set in the heart of Normandy this 17th century Chateau is set in four acres of beautiful private grounds.

The financial services company Legal & General has one of its largest offices (not its registered office) at a site on the northern outskirts of Kingswood. Its corporate training centre, known as St Monica's, was once a girls' boarding school of the same name. A notable former student was the author Vera Brittain. It was used as the fictional St Trinian's in the comedy films of that name.[24][better source needed]

Kingswood SurgeryHollis RoadHigh WycombeBuckinghamshire, HP13 7UNTel: 01494 474783

80% of students said they felt they are a more confident person following a residential.

"Excellent value for money,nice variation of holes with friendly and helpful staff. The course has come on in leaps and bounds over the last couple of years. Have played golf around the world but this takes some beating for its all round condition and price."

Nestled right beside the beach in a beautiful area of North Norfolk, this rural setting really gives children the opportunity to get out into the great outdoors.