The Quadrangle is a large Victorian model farmstead built in 1870 near Shoreham in Kent. Part of it is owned and managed by The Quadrangle Trust. Join our mailing list to hear about events, workshops, gardening days, camping weekends and space developments.
The Quadrangle Trust is run as a centre for sustainable living and the creative arts.
It is just 40 minutes train ride from central London, so easily commutable for day workshops and courses. It also has the facilities for residential courses and workshops.
The space can be used for educational workshops, residential courses, yoga retreats, drama productions, min-conferences, exhibitions and film screenings amongst other things.
Mark Lintell (1943 – 2006) bought the near derelict Quadrangle in 1974 and over the following 32 years worked on restoring the buildings. After his death in 2006 the buildings and land were transferred to The Quadrangle Trust.