Ringsfield Hall Residential Suffolk
Ringsfield Hall, Ringsfield, Beccles, , NR34 8JR
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What we offer on a school trip
Ringsfield Hall is a warm, welcoming Victorian House in 14.5 acres of varied spaces and habitats which provide opportunities for exploration, discovery & learning and include woodland, meadow, pasture, gardens and ponds, with a volley ball court, playing field, campfire circle and BBQ. We also have pigs, chickens, sheep, goats, peacocks, and guinea pigs.
It is the perfect place as a centre for team-building, with a range of environmental programmes, forest school and bushcraft activities, using the space and hospitality to connect children and young people to themselves, one another and the world around them. We tailor make programmes to suit the group and their needs and requirements and the curriculum elements requested.
The centre is also a base to explore the surrounding countryside, the Broads and East coast, or to find outdoor activities and water sports in the area.
Holder of a Green Flag Eco-Centre Award as an environmentally aware centre.
We are 2 hours from the M25 junctions with A12 and M11. Cambridge 1.5 hrs, Norwich 30-40 minute, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border near the River Waveney and 3 miles from the Market town of Beccles-the gateway to the Broads, and five miles from Bungay.
The famous east coast town of Southwold with nearby Walberswick and Dunwich Heath's Minsmere Bird Sanctuary is 10 miles away, with Gt. Yarmouth and Lowestoft about 25 mins drive. Historic Norwich is 20 miles away and there are other historic castles, Roman ruins & old churches in the region.