The Foundation is housed in the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Centre – informally known as the “Peace Centre”.

The Centre is a purpose built £3million building just 1 ½ miles from Warrington town centre.

The cedar-clad building is dramatic and impressive – it is designed ‘to represent the shape of a dove of peace’ in a sweeping angular way, which accentuates its uniqueness, its warmth, its friendliness, openness and the whole theme of peace.

Set in its own landscaped grounds, the centre borders the picturesque Sankey Valley Park which has footpaths and nature trails extending along the banks of the Sankey Canal.

The purpose of the residential part of the Centre is to provide a safe environment for national and international groups wishing to explore sensitive issues surrounding peace and reconciliation.

Facilities (subject to availability) include:

  • Residential wing catering for up to 39 people in 4 and 5 bedded rooms (including two rooms for people with disabilities) all with en-suite facilities
  • Cyber-Café
  • IT Suite: a major IT studio extensively equipped with the latest technology
  • Arts and crafts room (own materials must be provided)
  • Session and meeting rooms for group and individual work
  • Games room with pool tables, table football, games consoles and table tennis
  • Multi-purpose sports hall
  • Outdoor hard surface sports area for football/basketball
  • Full catering provided
  • Car parking for up to 40 cars plus a coach parking area.

The residential wing is available for booking by outside organisations who meet the booking criteria. Please contact us for further information on 01925 581 231 or visit www.thepeacecentre.org.uk/facilities.php