5To take a virtual tour ofeach Centre please visit:www.field-studies-council.org/centresSNOWDONIARhyd-y-creuau Field CentreTel: 01690 710494Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgNestled in the mountains ofSnowdonia, the hills, woodlands,coasts, historic attractions andmountain villages of the area arereadily accessible. SHROPSHIRE HILLS AND SEVERN VALLEYPreston Montford Field CentreTel: 0845 330 7378 Email: email@example.comIn the heart of the Shropshirecountryside close to the RiverSevern, within easy reach of amassive diversity of habitats andgeology.PEMBROKESHIRE COASTDale Fort Field CentreTel: 0845 330 7365Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgA converted fort in thePembrokeshire Coast NationalPark with spectacular sea viewsand ideal for studying marinebiology and a host of otherwildlife.Orielton Field CentreTel: 0845 330 7372Email: email@example.comA Georgian mansion set in 48hectares of wooded groundsclose to the beaches, sand dunes,historic castles, hills and NationalNature Reserves of west Wales.SOUTH WALESMargam Field CentreTel: 01639 895636Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSet in 850 acres of beautifulparkland where deer roam freelythis Centre is newly built andoptimised to reduce itsenvironmental impact.SUFFOLK 'CONSTABLE COUNTRY'Flatford Mill Field CentreTel: 0845 330 7368Email: email@example.comWith instantly recognisablebuildings that feature inpaintings by John Constable, theCentre is in an area home to arich mosaic of lowlandlandscapes and wildlife habitat.EPPING FORESTEpping Forest Field CentreTel: 020 8502 8500Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEpping Forest covers 2,500hectares and offers a rich anddiverse ecological resource, anexcellent setting for the range ofday courses held here.SOUTH DEVONSlapton Ley Field CentreTel: 01548 580466Email: email@example.comSituated next to the NationalNature Reserve with its range ofwildlife and offering great viewsof the coast and easy access toDartmoor National Park.PMDFORMAFMEFSLRC
6The Residential course fee includes.Full board, sole occupancy accommodationincluding a cookedbreakfast, picnic lunch, home made cakes and an evening meal. Vegetarian and other dietary options are available. Up to 10 hours tuition a day, including a session after the evening meal, plus relaxing breaks for meals and refreshments. Tea and coffee making facilities available throughout the day. Use of Centre resources including library, laboratory, workrooms, studios and the Centre grounds. Centre-organised transport during the course (other than boat trips) and most admission fees. Pre course information plus domestic and travel arrangement. Insurance to cover cancellation, personal belongings, personal accident, legal liability and medical emergency/emergency travel expense.FSC Non-residential course fees atresidential Centres include. All the above except breakfast and accommodationWhat's included within the fee?With FSC courses there are NO hidden extras. We have over 65 years' experiencein organising courses and pride ourselves in providing excellence in tuition,safety and value for money.How to book. Call the FSC Centre of your choice (see contact details on the back cover). Office hours are 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday. Use the website to make your booking. Detailed booking information andbooking form are provided on pages 30through to 32 of this brochure.Our Commitment to QualityThe FSC has over 65 years of experienceand it is the expertise gained over thistime that enables us to offer you aprofessional and caring service. Eachcourse has been carefully planned toprovide a learning opportunityirrespective of previous experience.Courses are delivered either by FSCstaff or associate tutors all of whomhave been selected for their knowledgeof the subject and their enthusiasm. AllCentre staff offer a warm welcome tomake sure your stay is comfortable andthat you enjoy the FSC experience -increasing your understanding,knowledge and skills in the company oflike-minded people and, above all,having fun!What are FSC Centres like?The FSC runs Field Centres in some ofthe finest locations in the UK, all chosenfor the richness and diversity of theirsurroundings. Each Centre has its ownunique character; most are historicbuildings. Original buildings have beenadapted and extended so that they havethe full range of services that visitorsneed. We would stress that an FSCCentre is not a hotel. However, thebuildings do have lots of character and afriendly atmosphere.What's theaccommodation like?All Centres provide simple,comfortable, sole occupancyaccommodationalthough sharedbedrooms are also available on request,at a discounted rate. Most bedroomshave wash hand basins, with toilet andshower facilities close by. PrestonMontford, Dale Fort, Slapton Ley,Flatford Mill, Malham Tarn andDerrygonnelly have some purpose-builtaccommodation with twin rooms anden-suite facilities available. People with disabilitiesThe FSC positively welcomes guestswith disabilities provided they canmanage independently or areaccompanied by a friend or relative onthe same course, able to assist them. OurCentre staff will help you decide on thesuitability of each course. Blencathra,Dale Fort, Kindrogan, Malham Tarn,Margam Park, Preston Montford,Derrygonnelly and Slapton Ley havepurpose-built accommodation andfacilities for people with wheelchairs.Please contact us to discuss yourrequirements.The course information is also availableon the website which has beendesigned in line with the latest W3Caccessibility guidelines. Large printindividual course leaflets are alsoavailable from the Centres on request.How do I reach FSC Centres?All Centres are readily accessible. Noneare more than 40 minutes from a railwaystation and some are much closer. Fulllocational details will be forwardedwhen you book. Photos from left to right:Family Course atJuniper HallChris McGaw; Malham Tarn bedroomMalham Tarn.