How to Book

How to Book
Residential Accommodation includes all meals and drinks
A subsidy is available for any who find the cost too high. Apply to Bro John and Sis Margaret Hart.
Adults over 25
Young people aged 17-25
Children aged 13-16
Children aged 6-12
Children aged 4-5
Children 3 years and under free if not occupying a bedroom
1-6 August 2011
God willing
Camping includes morning and afternoon drinks and Friday dinner
Family group up to a maximum of 6 persons
Additional person over 17
Additional children 4-16
Non-resident registration for those who live locally only
Includes morning and afternoon drinks and Friday dinner
Adults 17 years plus
Children aged 4-16 years half price. 3 years and under free
‘Rejoice in the Lord’ – a study of Philippians
Bro Roger Long – Coventry (Grosvenor Road)
Meals for non-residents & campers - ordered via John and Margaret
Children 4-16 years half price. 3 yrs and under free
Evening meal
Deuteronomy – the second time around
Bro David Smith – Wardley
Micah – coming out of Isaiah’s shadow
Bro Mark Whittaker – Crewe
Booking and help forms available from Recording Brethren and the website
th from Sunday Oct 10 .
or from Bro John and sis Margaret Hart,
39 Highwood Park, Dobwalls, LISKEARD, Cornwall, PL14 6LJ
Tel: 01579 320640
Email: [email protected]
Please post your booking and help forms and deposit to John and Margaret Hart who
will confirm your booking.
Bookings will only be accepted from Tuesday October 12 onwards.
Campsite and children’s places are limited.
Bible School runs from Monday afternoon to Saturday lunchtime and bookings are
accepted on that understanding.
Harper Adams University College,
Newport, Shropshire
About Bible School
The Bible School is arranged to provide a few days centred around the Word of
God. Brethren, sisters, young people and children will enjoy time together in
Bible study, reflection, discussion and recreation. The aim is to strengthen our
resolve to follow the Master and prepare for his return.
Harper Adams University College is set in the heart of the Shropshire
countryside. It is a quiet and attractive venue for the Bible School and we
enjoy the use of many acres of landscaped grounds. It is easily accessible from
the motorway network - for details of the college and location see
Residential accommodation is in single en-suite bedrooms. Bed linen, soap,
towels and all meals are provided.
The Campsite is for families and young people to bring their own caravans and
tents on a self-catering basis. Campers may arrive from 11.00 on Monday to
set up camp. Sites are on level grass with showers and toilets nearby. There
are water and waste disposal points, laundry facilities and limited fridge and
freezer space. Newport, with shops and supermarkets is 2.5 miles away.
Non-residents from local ecclesias are welcome for the whole school. Booking
is essential and there is a charge for registration and meals.
Lift to the Conference Hall and Seminar rooms
Infrared sound reinforcement in Conference Hall
Bible School Bookshop
Separate classes for children and young people
Video relay into the quiet crèche
Activity crèche for toddlers
Heated outdoor swimming pool
Tennis and squash courts, sports hall and playing fields
The programme includes our daily Bible readings and studies in the mornings
and evenings. In the afternoons brethren and sisters attend a class of their
choice followed by free time with sport and leisure activities. On Friday there
is a family evening meal followed by plays and presentations by the children.
Children and young people have separate classes during all the adult sessions.
Supervised activities, games, sports and swimming are arranged during
afternoon and evening free time.
Bible School & You
We need your help to provide a full and exciting programme for adults and
children. Please volunteer to help in more than one area with teaching,
recreation, sports and social activities. Previous years’ activities included
billing, cross-country walks, croquet and singing. Why not share your favourite
hobby with others? Ideas such as painting, pilates, gardening, cycling, floristry
or crafts can be incorporated into the programme.