Holme Lacy Campus
Our Holme Lacy Campus offers an outstanding learning environment, designed to give our students the practical skills, knowledge and experience for successful progression to their chosen career or university.
Set above the beautiful River Wye, the Campus boasts a 257 hectare mixed organic farm, that includes ancient and commercial woodlands, and traditional parkland with ponds and streams.
Reception can be found within Bower House, a Grade 2 listed Georgian building and former farm house at the centre of the site, which is now used as the administrative centre for the campus.
The site has its own fully equipped Learning Resource Centre which combines traditional library services, teaching space and IT facilities. This is currently undergoing a £500,000 face-lift to completely transform the building into a modern and dynamic centre for students to enjoy.
Hot and cold refreshments are available from The Straw Bale Cafe, which forms a central hub for students, offering an airy contemporary social space with both inside and outside seating areas. The cafe (opened in 2010) has received a huge amount of press coverage, winning many awards and prizes for its green credentials.
The campus is spacious yet friendly with well-spread workshops and classrooms.