The large playing field at Tattenhall has orienteering courses, a zip wire, archery, tree climbing, a bouldering wall and a low ropes course. Tattenhall is also a base from which canoeing expeditions and other off site activities can start.
There is scope for a wide variety of art courses ranging from African art and drumming workshops, to local area studies which incorporate the Tudor influence and architecture of Tattenhall village.
Outdoors: Large playing field, adventure playground and bouldering wall
Indoors: Art studio, conference facilities for inset training and meetings, drama/dance hall
Other facilities: Dining and chill-out areas
Security: The centre site is fully secure with boundary fencing and coded accommodation access.
At Tattenhall we can accommodate two schools or one large school on site in our separate blocks of accommodation.
One of our accommodation blocks called 'Old School' sleeps up to 42 pupils and 5 staff.
Alternatively, you can opt to book the 'Horsa Complex' where the Airspeed Horsa Gliders, used in WW2 to transport troops, were built. These have been converted to offer comfortable accommodation for your stay and sleep up to 40 pupils and 8 staff.
Please note that schools share the dining areas and activity areas during their stay.
To view the accommodation prior to booking please get in touch with our team.Make a Booking
Nestled in the Cheshire countryside and within an hour of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
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