Passmore Edwards Centre, Newton Abbot
The Passmore Edwards Centre is a Grade II Listed building in the centre of Newton Abbot, built in 1904. The Centre opened in June 2012 following extensive renovation and extension that blended the old with the new. The interior is light, bright and flexible so that it can be used for many different activities.
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At the Passmore Edwards Centre:
- Adult learning courses to improve your skills, build your confidence and / or gain qualifications
- Modern 21st century library – books, music, films, events, history, information, internet, help, self-service kiosks and more
- IT training suite, meeting and interview rooms for hire and space for community events
- The Country Table Café - serving refreshments, light lunches and homemade cakes
- Customer access point for help and advice about local services
- Computers with high-speed broadband
- Free wi-fi
- Railway Studies Collection - a nationally important special collection and the largest of its kind outside of the National Railway Museum in York
- Devon County Council commissioned services for adults with learning disabilities.