Moulton college

Moulton College was established as the Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture in 1921 and now covers a wide range of land-based subjects (with its own Animal Welfare Centre), sports and construction. It was used by the Women’s Land Army during WW2 and even has its own song – The Song of Moulton – which you can find on the Women’s Land Army & Timber Corps website! It is in a beautiful setting with over 660 hectares of commercially farmed estate with woodland, ponds and the river.

We will be using four rooms in the original stone building as playing rooms; everything else is located In the social centre which is adjacent:

– a large room for orchestra and massed playing on the ground floor

– the dining room on the first floor

– the bar and social space on the top floor

All the accommodation will be single occupancy with ensuite. There is a kitchen on each floor of the accommodation blocks where you will be able to make tea and coffee and a small sitting area. There is a large car park and all the areas we will be using are close together with disabled access. Currently there is no electric charging point for cars on site that we can use. Northampton is only one hour away by train from Birmingham or London, then buses run from the station to the college. The college is really looking forward to having us.

Further information about the College is available on their website.