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image for Exhibition Centre item typeThe Dragonfly Centre

Exhibition Centre

Details

It is also an accessible and flexible space with excellent facilities, which can be booked for events, exhibitions and meetings if required. It features ground floor ramped access, a specialist wall hanging system for exhibitions/displays, exhibition standard display lighting,, audio visual equipment and an induction loop system. It is also home to the Wayland Tourism Information Centre.

Baby changing facilitiesCoach parties acceptedDisabled accessDisabled toiletsEducation/study areaFacilities for groupsFacilities for educational visitsGift shopOn-site light refreshmentsAccepts groupsFacilities for conferencingFacilities for corporate hospitality

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for groupsSmoking not allowedWedding receptionsFacilities for hearing impairedFacilities for visually impaired

The East of England Market Town Awards: The Wayland Partnership won the Environment category for its tourism initiative, centred on the Welcome to Wayland Accommodation and Visitor Guide and including a programme of church tours, special interest weekends and associated marketing material. This is the third year the Wayland Partnership has received an East of England Market Town Award. Local Heritage Initiative Award - Wayland Church Tours: The project involved the local communities in exploring this distinctive heritage, with a view to creating a unique experience of local church tours for local people, visitors and tourists. The project encouraged the local community to create high quality information, including guide booklets, a promotional leaflet and videos, and to undertake training so they could act as guides to their local heritage for visitors.

Opening details

Not open: New Year, Good Fri, Easter Sun, May BH Sun, Aug BH Sun, Christmas Day, Boxing Day.

Contact

Mrs Susan Hollingworth

01953 880205

Address

Wayland House,
High Street,
Watton,
Norfolk,
IP25 6AR

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TF 912007  Lat: 52.57049 Long: 0.81992

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 14 miles from Thetford station

Facilities

  • Baby changing facilitiesBaby changing facilities
  • Coach parties acceptedCoach parties accepted
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Education/study areaEducation/study area
  • Facilities for groupsFacilities for groups
  • Facilities for educational visitsFacilities for educational visits
  • Gift shopGift shop
  • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Facilities for conferencingFacilities for conferencing
  • Facilities for corporate hospitalityFacilities for corporate hospitality
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for individuals
  • Guided tours for groupsGuided tours for groups
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed
  • Wedding receptionsWedding receptions
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired
  • Facilities for visually impairedFacilities for visually impaired

The East of England Market Town Awards: The Wayland Partnership won the Environment category for its tourism initiative, centred on the Welcome to Wayland Accommodation and Visitor Guide and including a programme of church tours, special interest weekends and associated marketing material. This is the third year the Wayland Partnership has received an East of England Market Town Award. Local Heritage Initiative Award - Wayland Church Tours: The project involved the local communities in exploring this distinctive heritage, with a view to creating a unique experience of local church tours for local people, visitors and tourists. The project encouraged the local community to create high quality information, including guide booklets, a promotional leaflet and videos, and to undertake training so they could act as guides to their local heritage for visitors.