Charney Manor

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Charney Manor, Oxfordshire

Charney Manor, one of the oldest inhabited houses in Britain, is a place of tranquillity, where people come for reflection, renewal and retreat. Once the grange of the Benedictine abbey of Abingdon, the Manor is now owned and managed by Quakers (Religious Society of Friends). With its comfortable rooms and delightful grounds The Manor offers a warm welcome to groups throughout the year.

The Manor is available for conferences, group retreats and training events. These may be either for a single day or for several days with overnight accommodation for up to 37 people. Larger groups can be catered for by special arrangement. Equipment in the meeting rooms includes overhead and digital projectors, screens, flipchart stands, TV and DVD player. There is wireless email and Internet connectivity in the main public rooms.

As well as conferences and training events for religious and other groups, Charney Manor hosts its own programme of guided retreats which reflects current and emerging concerns among Quakers in Britain. Those of other denominations – or none – are most welcome on these events

Address: Charney Bassett, Wantage, Oxon OX12 0EJ
Phone: 01235 868206
E-mail: charneymanor@quaker.org.uk

Website: http://www.charneymanor.demon.co.uk/

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