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Tewkesbury Park Hotel – The Venue for the 8-11 October 2022 Module

The Divided Brain Field and Field Lecture Room at Tewkesbury Park Hotel

The luxurious leisure hotel, Tewkesbury Park, is just 2 hours from London and less than 1 hour from Birmingham and just a few minutes from junction 9 of the M5. A mixture of old world English-country charm and up to date modern facilities Tewkesbury Park is a truly outstanding place for taking a break and focusing on your own personal development.

Nestled on the edge of the Cotswold hills Tewkesbury Park combines the highest standards of service with outstanding training and leisure facilities in a location where you can truly get away from it all.

The Venue Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Field and Field The Divided Brain

The hotel provides a wide range of racquet sports, pool, spa and leisure facilities included in the price. The food is delicious, varied and plentiful and the price includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and a choice of drinks and snacks throughout the day. The staff are always helpful and friendly and the chill-out spaces and lounges are welcoming, comfortable and covid-secure. All bedrooms are private, with en-suite, immaculately clean, beautifully decorated and all have views from their windows. The lectures take place in a light and airy state-of-the art training room with floor to ceiling glass wall with spectacular far reaching, open views towards the distant hills. Just perfect for this kind of event. Our carefully chosen, internationally renowned, speakers will join the group for meals, breaks and sometimes on an informal basis in the evening on the days they are presenting.

Tewkesbury Park Hotel for Iain McGilchrist event with Field & Field


Earlier in the day you may like visit historic Tewkesbury or simply choose to relax and enjoy the exceptional leisure facilities at the Tewkesbury Park Hotel.

  • the health club and spa offer indoor pool, sauna and steam rooms, outdoor hot tub and maybe enjoy a glass of bubbly with your bubbles!
  • you may wish to indulge in a spa treatment or two, including facials, massages and pedicures/manicures. In partnership with the Natural Spa Factory of Bath, all treatments are natural, botanical and chemical-free. Contact the Spa team on +44 (0) 1684 272300, or email spa@tewkesburypark.co.uk for more information and to make your booking.
  • if you want to be more active, you can visit the well-equipped gym, book a fitness or dance class, partake of a round of golf on the 18 hole course with stunning views across Gloucestershire or book a squash or tennis court. Contact the leisure team on +44 (0) 1684 272341 or email leisure@tewkesburypark.co.uk
Tewkesbury Park, Spa Relaxed, Field and Field The Divided Brain

Alternatively, take advantage of an afternoon in our our wonderful town of Tewkesbury which has lots to offer. You can orient yourself and settle you in before the Friday evening’s activities.

For those of you interested in heritage, Tewkesbury is a rich tapestry of discovery.

· Tewkesbury Abbey is world-famous as one of the UK’s best examples of medieval architecture. Consecrated 900 years ago this year, the townsfolk bought the Abbey from Henry VIII for £453! There are regular services and choral activities, and tours up the tower may be possible by prior arrangement.

· the Tewkesbury Heritage & Visitor’s Centre is perfect for orienting yourself with the history of the town. It tells the story of our earliest settlers and the town’s involvement in the War of the Roses and Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471. The town has links to the Civil War and is just a 20 minute drive from the Commandery in Worcester, which served as the Royalist Headquarters during the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the Battle of Worcester 1651.

· Tewkesbury is home to more than 350 buildings listed as being of historical or architectural interest, and there is a warren of 30 ancient alleyways to explore around the town of the town. That might sound like a lot, but there used to be 90!

· and when you want to pause for refreshment, the town is filled with lovely independent cafes offering home baking. We even have our own dessert and ice-cream house in St Mary’s Lane! If you fancy something a little stronger, try the quirky and delightful Cross House Tavern for local real ales, ciders and Perrys. The building itself is lovingly restored and dates back to the early 16th century.

If you have a passion for nature, wildlife and the outdoors, Tewkesbury has lots to offer and is the perfect way to engage your right-hemisphere in preparation for the days ahead.

For the walkers among you, you can follow:

· the Tewkesbury Battle Trail that follows the route of the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471 which marked the end of the second phases of the War of the Roses

· the Severn Ham – Nature and History Walk. Nestling between the Rivers Avon and Severn, the Ham dates from Saxon times and is one of the finest examples of the few remaining water meadows in the country.

· Tewkesbury Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife. The 108-acre flood plain supports at least 68 identified species of birds, some migratory and other priority species such as cuckoo, linnet and song thrush.

· from your hotel, you can stride down the hill (with lovely views across to the Malverns, and take a circular walk along the River Severn. The route is criss-crossed with marked public footpaths, so you can tailor your walk to suit your stamina.

Views around Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Field and Field The Divided Brain
If it is wet or you prefer to be indoors,

· explore the John Moore Museum which celebrates local wildlife. The building itself dates back to the 15th century and houses an extensive natural history collection created in memory of the writer and naturalist John Moore.

· a 15 minute drive away, just north of the cathedral city of Gloucester is Nature In Art – the world’s first museum / gallery dedicated to art inspired by nature. The Georgian mansion is featured in Simon Jenkins’s book ‘England’s 1000 Best Houses. There are exhibitions, talks, guest artists and events planned throughout the year.

Information on the above activities is available at the Tewkesbury Heritage and Visitor Centre in the town, telephone +44 (0) 1684 855040 or email tewkesburytic@tewkesbury.gov.uk

We are very proud of our wonderful town and all it offers. We would love you to extend your stay and enrich your experience by discovering some of its delights. It’s a wonderful opportunity to connect with a more right-hemisphere way of addressing the world, settle in, connect with your fellow delegates and make the most of this fabulous 4-day Conference Retreat.

Tewkesbury Park Hotel
Lincoln Green Lane
GL20 7DN

The Conderton Venue – The best environment for learning and growth

Where you learn can make a critical difference to how well you learn. Perhaps you’re bored with drab hotels, stuffy training rooms, poor lighting and a simple lack of time and space to learn and reflect. At Field & Field we are always looking to give our customers the best possible experience and to this end we have created and developed our own perfect retreat.

The complex consists of three sites all within a few hundred metres of each other. ‘The Studios’ are home to the exceptional training facilities, whilst ‘The Manor Farm House’ and the ‘One Bedroom Cottages’ provide the luxury accommodation that is on offer.

Farncombe Estate View 02

All nestled in a beautiful, picturesque Cotswold hamlet

Set within the foot of the Cotswold hills, Conderton provides a warm, inviting and comfortable space, that will help you to instantly relax into a location that both inspires and energises. The Conderton Venue consists of three spaces within reach of each other, that provide luxury accommodation and exceptional training facilities.

The beautiful retreat is approximately 2 hours drive from London and less than an hours drive from Birmingham, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol and Cardiff. There is also a good rail link with Evesham and Tewkesbury mainline stations which are a short taxi ride away.


The Studios

‘The Studios’ is home to a purpose built, light and airy training room, set with stunning views from all windows in area of outstanding beauty. It also includes many breakout spaces to host discussions and activities as well as providing areas to relax, think and socialise in. Here lunch is served and refreshments are available throughout. You will also have access to the large, beautiful, country garden that the building opens up onto, giving a peaceful space to enjoy. Located just 150 meters stroll from the Manor Farmhouse, ‘The Studios’ make an ideal location for a retreat.

With trails and footpaths extending across the magnificent, natural countryside the area has unsurprisingly inspired many creative minds. The studios connects to respected and established artist Samantha Dadd’s gallery where her studies of the surrounding nature are displayed.


The Manor Farmhouse

A luxury Cotswold farmhouse consisting of 8 large, private bedrooms, 8 bath/shower rooms and 3 comfortable communal areas for guests to relax in, makes ‘The Manor Farmhouse’, the ideal place to stay.

Settled in a picturesque hamlet, the manor also has easy walking access from the pretty terraces into the Orchard behind and directly onto the beautiful slopes of Bredon Hill. Delicious breakfasts, and dinners will be served directly from the farmhouse’s kitchens, for guests to enjoy. Here you will experience the splendour of the Cotswolds at its fullest.


One Bedroom Cottages

Nestled in the peaceful hamlet of Conderton, with its picturesque mix of honey coloured stone and thatched roofs, one bedroom accommodation options are available. Still within a minute or twos walk away from all sites within the beautiful complex, the ‘One Bedroom Cottages’ offer an alternative, more private accommodation option.

The Layout

The Cotswold Venue is a tightly knit complex with all buildings comfortably within a few minutes walk of each other.