Hams Hall ESC is situated in North Warwickshire. The centre is run by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust (Tame Valley Wetlands), and the site is owned by Lea Marston Parish Council. Tame Valley Wetlands offers visits to Hams Hall ESC for schools and community groups. School sessions are mainly aimed at KS1-KS2, based around nature and wildlife including pond dipping, minibeast hunts, and studies of the local river and woodland along with the area's history and heritage. Sessions can also be tailored to older pupils and adult groups, and the centre can be used as a base for externally provided training sessions. The centre is situated in an 18th century walled garden with a large pond, access to the local woodland and a viewing point on the river Tame. There is also a replica Iron Age roundhouse and lots of space for activities. The centre has a fully equipped classroom and separate toilet facilities for classes, and all activities are fully risk assessed and delivered by experienced and DBS checked staff.