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Wardens Trust provides recreational facilities for people with disabilities, the elderly and their carers on the idyllic Suffolk Coastline

We aim to provide our guests with a liberating life enhancing experience

Fantastic Facilities

Wardens is situated in a very large Hall where we have facilities for cooking, in a very large kitchen, with accommodation, a holiday flat and dormitory with disabled access to all our fantastic facilities. bathroom and washroom facilities for disabled persons. Come and enjoy the natural beauty and peace of this wonderful area.

A Spectacular Setting

Our Main Hall is situated on the cliffs between Thorpeness and Sizewell in a secluded site with direct access to the beach and 2 camping areas. Over the past two decades we have built up the site to their current standard, and where we hope to deliver an experience that benefits people with disabilities and their carers.

 

School Groups, D of E...

All our facilities are 100% available for local Youth, Scout, Guide, Cub and Brownie groups and Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme participants too.

Visiting schools and other local community groups are encouraged to enjoy Wardens for field and environmental studies. Call for more details.

There's so much to see and do!

The Warden’s Centre is situated in a very large Hall where we have facilities for cooking, in a very large kitchen, with modern accommodation, bathroom and washroom facilities. We have a large campsite on the cliff-top.

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Centre Activities

As well as coming to us for recreational activities, people can undertake arts based projects specifically designed to help disabled people, including those with dementia. Each week we offer a Bath Day for the elderly and local people with disabilities.

Entertainment

As a charity we rely on donations to be able to carry on delivering this care. We have a full calendar of events to run year round. This section will let you know more about what’s going on and how you can help.

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Camping at Wardens

Do you like camping?

We have two wonderful camping sites for all you outdoor enthusiasts!

These are called "Pony Paddock" and "Wardens Hall" on the cliff-top.

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As well as coming to us for recreational activities, people can undertake arts based projects specifically designed to help disabled people, including those with dementia. Each week we offer a Bath Day for local people with disabilities who can come with carers to use our specially designed bathrooms with hoists. Wardens can arrange transport too.

Flora and Fauna

Although the fauna around and about includes Red and Roe Deer, Badger, Fox, Squirrel, Muntjac, on shore, and Grey Seal, Porpoise and the occasional Dolphin, seawards, the flora are in many ways more unusual...

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Wardens Countryside

Nowadays there is often much talk of returning our surroundings to “how they used to be”, and not without some sound reason.

In fact, man has been altering his landscape for more than 3000 years in this area...

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Birds around Wardens

Ness House is situated just to the north of Thorpeness. Thorpeness itself is almost a miniature headland and as such is a recognised spot for observing migration in Suffolk with many scarce and rare species being found...

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What's happening at Wardens?

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What are people saying about us?

Read some testimonials...

“We really did have an excellent time and I would certainly recommend it to other art groups”

Ko-An Arts Group

“Everyone loved the venue and we had a fab time”

4th Beccles Brownies

“We always enjoy coming here on our bikes. It's such a beautiful location”

Paul France

“Thank you for the lovely friendly welcome. The centre was clean and well supplied”.

4th Lowestoft Scout Group

“There is always a warm welcome here, we love the peace and quiet both indoors and outside”

Woodbridge Pathway Friendship Club

 
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