We pride ourselves on providing a good residential experience. Sharing a room and considering others, living and working as part of a community, and looking after your own personal space are all essential and transferable skills.
The centre can accommodate up to 70 people in the house. Bedrooms (single and twin) typically have single beds and bunk beds and sleep groups of 3, 4 and 5. Our largest bedroom can sleep up to 7 people.
We do ask our residential participants to bring a sleeping bag or duvet cover and a pillowcase.
The dormitories have both shared and en-suite showers (external showers are available). There is also a small kitchen and a living room area with a television.
We have a number of comfortable common rooms (The Den, The Snug and The Sett), for meetings, briefings and reviews (and an evening hot drink). There is a warm fire and a TV screen in each room – ideal for having a look at photos of your day.