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The National Trust outdoor activity and learning Centre on the Norfolk Coast

Back to BAC in June 2015!

Brancaster Activity Centre was severely damaged by the tidal surge that hit much of the Norfolk Coast in December 2013. We’re starting work to refit and redecorate, ready to welcome back school groups and visitors next year and help them learn about and enjoy this beautiful part of Norfolk. Our Centre accommodates both Educational Visits and provides Group Accommodation for friends and family or special interest parties. During school holidays watch out for our exciting 50 things activity days along the Norfolk Coast.

If you seek adventure and fun, want to cover key areas of the new curriculum or just want to enjoy the great outdoors then Brancaster Activity Centre has so much to offer. We are Learning Outside the Classroom quality badge accredited and are taking bookings for 2015 and 2016 so please give us a ring to have a chat and find out more.

We're back in business!

Celebrate the re-opening of the Brancaster Activity Centre with us on 18 July. Come and have a look around the newly refurbished centre, chat to staff and take part in fun outdoor activities including crabbing and bug hunting.

Educational Visits

Our newly refurbished residential activity Centre is within walking distance of Brancaster beach with wonderful views of the saltmarsh and coastline, we are a perfect base from which your students can explore the coast, through a range of exciting activities.

Group Stays

Our Grade 2 listed flint cottage is located within the picturesque harbour of Brancaster Staithe on the North Norfolk Coast and we offer group accommodation for up to 48, in 9 newly furbished dormitory bedrooms with ensuite facilities.

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