Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Centre

opened originally for Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee in 1977 and re-opened after extensive redevelopment in 2006, the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Centre is equipped for up to 34 visitors

the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Centre is set in it’s own private area in the corner of the field and includes a main hall measuring 10.6m (35ft) by 5.8m (19ft) complete with a large draughts board set into the floor (draughts pieces are included) – tables, chairs and benches are provided along with whiteboards and pinboards

the centre has eight dormitories – two with four bunks (sleeps eight in each of the two rooms), three with two bunks (sleeps four in each of the three rooms), two with one bunk (sleeps two in each of the two rooms) and one with two single beds and an en-suite toilet and shower facility which is fully equipped for disabled guests

it is possible to sleep additional visitors in the main hall using your own camp beds, air beds or roll mats on the floor – tents can also be erected in the private enclosure surrounding the building

the centre has full WiFi access, central heating, access for disabled visitors and includes a kitchen with large gas cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and a full range of cooking and eating utensils as well as male and female toilets and showers

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