St Pauls Learning Centre

Bristol
  • St Pauls Learning Centre, Bristol
  • St Pauls Cafe, Bristol
  • Large training room at St Pauls Learning Centre, Bristol
  • External sign for St Pauls Cafe, Bristol
  • Second floor corridor at St Pauls Learning Centre, Bristol

The St Pauls Learning Centre is located in the heart of the St Pauls area of Bristol and contains office and meeting space as well as a variety of facilities, available to the local community.

As well as a large café run by Glen's Kitchen, which is open to the public, the Centre is home to a public library with books and DVDs for all ages and tastes, two large art studios and darkroom facilities.

For more information, including details of the wide variety of courses that take place at the Centre please visit www.stpaulslc.co.uk.

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Contact

Have a question? Call 0117 9145470

94 Grosvenor Road St Paul’s Bristol BS2 8XJ

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