Parva House

Main Rd, Little Hale
Sleaford NG34 9BD

Being central to our County, Parva House is not only great for residentials but it also serves as a useful place for trainings and meetings.

Unfortunately we are not currently taking bookings for sleepovers at Parva House. For any other enquiries please get in touch using our contact us page.

Facilities include a large activity/dining room, which has a carpeted area with comfy chairs. There is a smaller meeting room, often used as a craft room, with tables and stools.
There is a large fully equipped kitchen and a good amount of toilet and shower facilities.

Two larger dormitories house bunkbeds for up to 16 and 8 people, respectively. There are four further smaller bedrooms; one with 3 x single beds, another with 2 single beds, a room with a bunkbed and a solo single bed room.

Outdoors you will find a large grassed activity area, a wildflower garden and a climbing boulder.

Risk Assessments

Download a risk assessment for Parva House here.

Download the Risk Assessment for using the boulder here.

Download the Procedures for using the boulder here.

Please make sure you have read these prior to using the boulder.


History of the site:

Parva House is a former village school, built in Victorian times. It was bought by Lincolnshire South Guide County in 1972 and converted to provide facilities for residential experiences and training.  Over the years, through the efforts of fundraising, grants and donations, a number of extensions and improvements have been made to the facilities.