About London Chalfont
The local village of Chalfont St Giles dates back to the Doomsday survey of 1086. In the 1900s, the Manor House at London Chalfont sheltered suffragettes – Emmaline Parkhurst, Bernard Shaw, Sidney and Beatrice Webb and H G Wells were all frequent visitors in those days.
But in the 1940s the estate changed from a private residence to a College of Education, which then became part of High Wycombe College and then Buckinghamshire New University.
Newlands Park (London Chalfont) took over the almost derelict site in 2013, and since then the site has been continuing to invest in all the accommodation and facilities to return the campus to its former glory.
About the College
The London Chalfont venue offers off-season groups a programme in a safe and secure campus based in Greater London. The centre is 20 minutes away from London Heathrow and a 45 minute journey to Central London by public transport. Alternatively coach transport to London will take approximately one hour.
Newland Park offers modern classrooms with up-to-date technology, dining area, recreational space, an IT suite, sports fields, sports hall, tennis courts and coffee shop.
Students will be accommodated in the residences on campus. Rooms range from single, twin and triple standard rooms. There are also 200+ twin en-suite rooms available. Linen and towels are provided.
All meals are prepared by the university canteen and internet access is available 24 hours in the main building.