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There are eight education centres across our region
We'll always include opportunities for hands-on practical work in or around the education centres and a guided tour of the works.
We provide schools with detailed risk assessments for every site visit and encourage pre-visits from teachers if they have not been to our site before.
Some sites have disabled access (see below) and some have areas that are restricted. Please speak to an education adviser to discuss your particular needs.
Based on a water treatment site, this centre has the opportunity for tours and environmental studies including river and pond investigations.
Based in an area dedicated to leisure, conservation and water supply, Blashford Lakes is an idea place for habitat studies and a range of environmental activities.
Holdenhurst water recycling centre (sewage treatment works) serves the resident population in Bournemouth as well as large numbers of tourists in summer.
This centre provides schools with the opportunity to discover more about water, sewage treatment and the environment at Bath's main water recycling centre.
Students visiting this Somerset reservoir can explore the dam valve tower and tour of the water treatment works to find out how water is cleaned and treated.
Visits to this water supply museum and pumping station at Sutton Poyntz usually focus one of two themes: Victorians or rivers, water and the environment.
A visit to this centre offers schools and community groups the opportunity to discover more about water, sewage treatment and the environment.
Visitors can carry out practical work and a walk through various managed habitats including wetland, reedbeds, shingle beaches and rough grassland.
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