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Visiting with Children

churchill sarsden heritage centre 003A local history educational resource
We are making the Heritage Centre appealing to children!
New touch screens encourage easy access to information which focus on geology (William Smith), Indian history and governance (Warren Hastings) and patronage (James Langston, squire of Churchill). 
A variety of quizzes is available for children so that they can get the best from their visit. We can supply resources and visit schools to give talks on a selection of subjects, all of which are designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum – not only History, but also Art, Geography, Geology, and Investigation Skills.

Do contact us for further details.
The Centre is small and can only accommodate limited size groups at one time, but we are very happy to arrange visits that are tailored to your needs.

We can arrange talks, visits and workshops for disability and special needs group. Please do contact us for more details on 01608 658579

From Our Guest Book

  • "Beautiful setting, very peaceful & informative"

  • "Why haven't we been here earlier? We shall certainly return!"

  • "A fine chance discovery"

  • "A fascinating display in a very beautiful setting."

  • "Very good new interactive displays, very comprehensive."

  • "Great building, well restored. Charming!"

  • "A fascinating visit. William Smith was a wonderful man! "

  • "Congratulations to all on this initiative.  So well-organised and user-friendly."

  • "Excellent to have this centre as a focus for Churchill's history - especially in relation to William Smith."

  • "Beautiful restoration, very nicely done! Unexpected hive of information."

  • "What a lovely treat to stumble upon. Thank you for preserving a part of our Heritage"

  • "Lovely spot, so grateful this part of the old church was saved."

  • "A little gem I didn't know existed."

  • "Fantastic, absolutely first class. Most interesting and informative."

  • "Such a wonderful enterprise. The locality should be proud of it."