Guide Dog training schools

Guide Dog Training School Atherton

AthertongdtssGibfield Park Avenue
M46 0SU

  • Tel : 0845 372 7403
  • Fax : 0845 372 7447

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Guide Dog Training School Redbridge

Redbridgegdtss 01Findlay House
Manor Road
Woodford Green

  • Tel: 0845 372 7421
  • Fax: 0845 3727 343

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Guide Dog Training School Forfar

ForfargdtssVisits - to take a tour of the school, please contact us on the number below.

Dean Way
Orchardbank Business Park

  • Tel: 0845 372 7408
  • Fax: 0845 372 7449

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Guide Dog Training School Leamington

Leamington Front HouseVisits - Take a tour of the school; meet the guide dogs in training, interact with the dogs, have your photo taken with the dogs, a great day out for all the family.

Edmondscote Manor
Warwick New Road
Leamington Spa
CV32 6AH

  • Tel: 0845 3727 417
  • Fax: 0845 3727 448

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Visits - Would you like to visit the Guide Dog Training School and find out more about the work we do at Guide Dogs? We can accommodate groups of up to 50 people. During your visit you can visit our kennels and have a tour around the Training School. If you would be interested please contact Dawn Ross or Lynn Hunt via email on or or via telephone 0845 372 7421.

Corporate Days - is your company looking to spend a day helping a charity - if so we would welcome you to visit us and help with various tasks at the London Training School - they can range from cleaning windows, painting fences and walls and helping to clean up our counter collection boxes. We will also show you around the training school and you will have the opportunity to meet a guide dog trainer and visit our kennels. If you are interested in finding out more about this please contact Alison at


Redbridge Facts!

  • Redbridge was officially opened by HRH Princess Alexandra on the 7th May 1986
  • On 26th June 2007 HRH Prince Edward visited the Redbridge site with Colonel Alan Hall and had his picture taken with Wessex, a puppy named after him.

Forfar Facts!

Forfar was open for business in 2007 and was officially opened in 2008 by HRH Princess Alexandra

Atherton Facts!

  • Atherton was open for business in April 2009 and was officially opened in May 2010 by HRH Princess Alexandra.
  • The site is a breeding ground for the Great Crested Newt. These are a protected species so the initial building work was delayed while we followed DEFRA guidelines to make sure we didn't harm any of the newts. We still have a pond on site and the newts are still here today.
  • We have trained and put forward to advanced training over 400 dogs.

Leamington Facts!

Edmondscote Manor was bought as a training school in 1941

Meet our life changers by visiting our Leamington Guide Dog Training School