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Did you know you can visit the Leamington Training School? The Guide Dogs Training School at Leamington Spa started in 1941 and today trains 220 dogs a year. We would like to invite you to take part in the Guide Dogs experience and learn about our...more
Edmondscote Manor Warwick New Road | Edmonscote Manor, Leamington Spa CV32 6AH, England
A very informative tour about how guide dogs are trained with the chance to see training in operation & have a go at some simple techniques... particularly inspired by a young man who has received a guide dog and how he has had total support
Thoroughly recommend a tour. It was so interesting and the staff and volunteers friendly and so enthusiastic. The dogs were amazing and great to see their training. You can go into a sensory room where it makes you appreciate what we all take for granted...More
We saw the banners advertising the Spring Fayre and thought we'd go along and support the event. What a wonderful time we had. We wandered a round the stalls and won a prize on the tombola, had a coffee and homemade cakes, soooo good. We...More
I visited her with some friends on a preview visit before bringing a larger group. All the volunteers and staff we met were very helpful and enthusiastic and totally committed to caring for the dogs in they various stages of development.
We had a very...More
I was really impressed with this tour.
Firstly, you need to book ahead. We booked several months in advance. The tour is free.
I understand that tours happen in the first Saturday of every month. Organised and run by volunteers.
After introductions by the volunteers,...More
Really interesting tour run entirely by volunteers who are knowledgeable, friendly and make it such a good afternoon. Met lots of dogs all at different stages of their training. This is an excellent afternoon and I highly recommend it for all ages.
Yes, absolutely. We suggest that it isn't particularly suitable for very young children as there are a couple of presentations where they need to sit, but school age upwards should be fine. If you have any questions or... More
Yes, absolutely. We suggest that it isn't particularly suitable for very young children as there are a couple of presentations where they need to sit, but school age upwards should be fine. If you have any questions or want to book, please e-mail Melanie. Brown, she'll be happy to help.