“Our visit was simply excellent. Every aspect of the stay was well organised and suited to our requirements. There was a great range of activities - all in close proximity which ensured the children’s safety and our peace of mind had anything gone wrong - which it didn’t of course! An excellent time was had by all and we will be back.”
Kingswood railway station is on the Tattenham Corner Line, close to the centre of the village. London Bridge is 42 minutes from Kingswood station; East Croydon 23 minutes 
Perched high on clifftops overlooking the North Norfolk coastline, this centre is set in 30 acres of beautiful pine-fringed grounds.
The original purpose built Kingswood centre overlooks the picturesque beauty of the Wrekin and Clee Hills.
Kingswood was until the early 20th century the administrative unit of Kingswood Liberty see Liberty (division), of 1,821 acres (737 ha), a completely detached part of Ewell parish, bounded on the west and north by Banstead, on the east by Chipstead and Gatton, on the south by Reigate.
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.
A coastal education centre in a Site of Special Scientific Interest on the enchanting Isle of Wight. With stunning cliff top views and direct access to the beach.
4 Fleming Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 4SN
One of the UK's leading outdoor activity centres.
A friendly and inclusive centre, on the doorstep of the beautiful Peak District. This centre includes superb watersports facilities and flexible indoor spaces.
Nonetheless on the Dissolution of the Monasteries (1536-8) King Henry VIII seized Kingswood Manor that comprised almost all the land of Kingswood, earlier valued at £14 6s. 8d in 1535, annexing it to the honour of Hampton Court (its purview).
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 is today characterised by housing which is described as arcadian, which implies it is 'spacious and tree-dominated'.
"A wonderful range of activities led by enthusiastic, friendly and committed staff"
Set in stunning, peaceful surroundings, The Lodge is independently owned, so you’ll find lots of individual touches and attention to detail.
Kingswood Golf & Country Club Sandy Lane, Kingswood Tadworth, Surrey KT20 6NE
The name of the church is reflected in those words from 1 Corinthians carved over the west door.
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Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.
A breath-taking woodland adventure park set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Wales.
Situated in North Wales, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Colomendy is a perfect environment for schools wanting to explore the great outdoors!
Our Isle of Wight centre covers 100 acres of beautiful fields and woodlands in a superb clifftop location, overlooking Whitecliff Bay.
Monday - Sunday 11:30am - 3:30pm / 5:30pm - 11:30pm
Grosvenor Hall represents a new standard in the provision of learning outside the classroom, including a £1m high-adrenaline activity park
A spectacular manor house nestled right beside the beach in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Norfolk. Specialist Environmental Field Studies Centre with dedicated and passionate tutors.
Henry II granted it with Shelwood much further detached, in the Weald, as parcel of the manor of Ewell to Merton Priory, who in 1291 were given licence to inclose the wood of Kingswood as "it was their own soil and without the bounds of the royal hunting forest" – see Windsor Great Park.
84% of students said that following a residential their behaviour will be better in school.
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Kingswood Warren is a battlemented gothic mansion to the south of the village, much enlarged in the early nineteenth century by the architect T.R. Knowles for its owner Thomas Alcock M.P. From 1948 until 2010 it was used to house the BBC's Research and Development department. Octagon Developments completed the purchase of Kingswood Warren on 1 March 2010 and it gives its name to the garden estate of south Upper Kingswood.
York Consulting, Evaluation of Learning Away: Interim Report 1 (June 2013)
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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.
72% of students said that their teacher knows them better following a residential.
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A car park is available at the front of the building. There are designated disabled spaces. Please do not park in the residents parking bays opposite the surgery.
"Five of us went for a festive lunch.The food was good the service was excellent. There is a lovely family atmosphere every time I have been. Would recommend this place for good honest food which is great value for money."
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80% of students said they felt they are a more confident person following a residential.
It’s the quality and enthusiasm of our staff that makes us successful. With education being fundamental to everything we do, we are keen to invest in the development of our staff both through in-house training and nationally recognised qualifications.
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. Kingswood is rectangular, less than 3 miles from north to south, and is under a mile broad.