This is named after William Tyndale, born 1494 in the little village of North Nibley, Gloucestershire. Tyndale's translation of the New Testament was the first to be printed in English.
These are two adjacent spaces. The larger space has access via double doors to a patio area and green and is suitable for an array of activities such as dance, fitness and art classes, as well as being a light airy space for meetings and courses (Wi-Fi available). The smaller space has lino-flooring, sinks and sockets, and is suitable for sand and water play and painting, or serving tea & coffee.
This space is available at weekends for children's parties.