The Hamblin Centre
The Hambin Centre is a therapeutic centre for wellbeing and inner growth in Bosham, West Sussex, nestled between Chichester and Portsmouth. It is located near to local railway and bus links and close to the sea and scenic coastal walks. It is set in three acres of beautiful gardens and includes a spacious hall, various therapy rooms, library and plant nursery.
Hamblin Hall seats up to 70 people and is an ideal venue for health and wellbeing classes, talks or gatherings. It has carpeted flooring, audio visual equipment for talks and seminars, and a fully fitted kitchen. It has a hearing loop (audio induction system) and is wheelchair accessible.
Many practitioners and therapists work from the Hamblin Centre, and rooms can be hired on an hourly basis at reasonable rates. The hall and rooms can also be booked for classes, weekend retreats and occasional events.
In the grounds there are three self-catering lodges that can each sleep up to three adults in a beautiful woodland setting.
In addition we have a volunteering community, practitioners circle, regular wellbeing events and a volunteer-led plant nursery.
The Hamblin Trust was founded after the death of Henry Thomas Hamblin in 1960 and the centre continues to produce regular articles and inspirational reading material for all its members.
The Hamblin Centre , Main Road