Warren Barn

Warren Barn’s location in the grounds of Cockington Country Park close to Torquay makes it the ideal base for coastal and countryside residential visits.

Residentials

Torquay,

Devon

About Warren Barn

 

Warren Barn is a converted linhay and threshing barn located in the grounds of Cockington Country Park close to Torquay. The centre and park are managed by Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust, a charity which looks after 1800 acres of land across Torbay in South Devon.

The barn lies in a secluded wooded valley, close to Cockington Village, surrounded by 450 acres of country park and within walking distance to the beach, which makes it the ideal base for coastal and countryside residential visits and group holidays. The barn sleeps 46, with capacity to sleep a few more if required; it has a woodburner with large communal area for group meals, two large dormitories and two smaller bedrooms, three bathrooms and a large outside courtyard area with a campfire and pizza oven.

The centre has a fully equipped kitchen, alternatively we can supply pre-cooked meals from the Occombe Farm cafe for groups staying at the Barn.

Amenities

SEND Facilities

Café / refreshments

Free pre-visit

Other accreditations

Key Information

Age suitability

5-18 years

Key Stages

  • Key Stage 1,

  • Key Stage 2,

  • Key Stage 3,

  • Key Stage 4,

Risk Assessment copy available?

Yes - by post

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certification

  • Yes

Risk Assessment eternally verified

  • Yes

  • RA Enhanced Disclosure

    No

    Topics

    • Anglo-Saxons,

    • Animals,

    • Buildings,

    • Conservation,

    • Fossils,

    • Habitats,

    • Hands on history,

    • Rivers and coasts,

    • Seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter),

    • Wildlife and nature,

    Annual opening times

    April - October

    Residential Courses

    Yes

    Suitable for disabled/SEND needs

    Yes

    Group Size

    4 - 46

    Group Rates

    Group rates available - please contact us for more details.

    Topics

    Anglo-Saxons

    Animals

    Buildings

    Conservation

    Fossils

    Habitats

    Hands on history

    Rivers and coasts

    Seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)

    Wildlife and nature

    Curriculum Subjects

    Art & Design

    English

    Geography

    History

    Mathematics

    Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)

    Science

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