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    Knowle Hall Welcomes Stranded International Students in the UK

    School News

    14 Aug, 2020

    10 : 00

    • Historic Knowle Hall, set in 15 acres of parkland close to Bawdrip village in Somerset (with local attractions and restaurants within easy walking distance) is expanding its operations to host international students stranded by COVID-19 restrictions.

      Our thoughts go out to overseas students facing unprecedented challenges as well as our alumni and their families. Seeing a clear need for safe and affordable accommodation that also offers a suitable social environment we have thrown open our doors as students caught in these uncertain times await the reopening of campuses and classrooms.

      A key plinth in the Yew Chung Yew Wah global network, Somerset Cultural Centre, Knowle Hall espouses the Foundation’s motto: “align with love and charity”. Set in a striking stone manor dating back to the 1830s, Knowle Hall is a refreshing green space for students with access to sports facilities and a string of conveniences.

      √COVID-19 prevention measures
      √Safe and relaxing environment
      √Self-contained accommodation
      √Spacious study areas
      √Outdoor sports facilities
      √Overnight staff
      √Interesting local attractions
      √Village restaurants a short stroll away

      Open for Yew Chung and Yew Wah alumni and all interested international students (aged 18 years and above)

      Price: from £225/week, including 3 meals daily, internet and laundry service.
      Locations: Knowle Hall, Bath Road, Bawdrip, Bridgewater, TA78PJ, United Kingdom.
      - 3 miles (10 minutes) to Bridgwater, the closest town
      - 36 miles to Bristol (46 minutes)
      - 51 miles to Exeter (55 minutes)
      - 57 miles to Bath (1 hour)
      - 66 miles to Cardiff (1 hour 10 minutes)