From the A30 skirting around Penzance, follow the A3071 towards St Just. When you reach the outskirts of the town, continue until the road opens out into the Market Square. You will see a Warrens bakers and the Kings Arms pub in the far corner. Church Street runs between the two and continue alongside the church.
If you are coming to a class at our Training centre or a 1 to 1, continue down Church Street, you will see a large house in front of you and it looks like a dead end, but carry on down and you will find the road opens out in to a small square - Venton East Square. You will see a stile and a metal gate immediately to your right - go through this gate and you will see a wooden gate immediately to your right.
Agility classes - go immediate right through the double wooden gate (see picture below - you will see a sign on the gate about dog training) drive round past the stables on your right into the training area. If any of of the gates are shut, please wait for your trainer to let you know that it is okay to come through. Drive SLOWLY - walking pace only please.
Puppy and Life Skills classes - park along the long fence line that faces you as you come in to the first field.
PLEASE NOTE: Once the ground dries out you are welcome to park in the training areas, but often during the winter months this is often not possible so we do ask if people can park in the main town car park. As you are coming in to town, turn left before the Co-op and, follow the road for a hundred yards or so, and park in the main town car park (free parking) then walk back to the Market Square. You will see a Warrens bakers and the Kings Arms pub in the far corner. Walk down the road (Church Street) between the two and continue alongside the church.
1 to 1 Training or Behaviour sessions - If you are coming for a 1 to 1 drive right down to us and I will show you where to park. It is essential that you keep your dog in your car until you see me. If the wooden gate is shut, please wait outside until you see me - feel free to call me on my mobile.
Entrance to the training area