Accommodation and facilities for NCC East
The National Construction College (NCC) East campus, located in the heart of Norfolk, can provide comfortable onsite accommodation for visitors and trainees.
We also cater for companies looking for training courses with dedicated conference rooms, onsite restaurant, residential accommodation and leisure facilities.
Call the residential services team on 0800 280 0343. We will be happy to help you.
NCC East is situated some 15 miles from Kings Lynn and approximately 5 miles off the main road A148. Follow the signs for the National Construction College.
If you are coming from Kings Lynn, you will find the main reception on the left hand side of the road. Check in at reception for your accommodation.
If you are coming from Fakenham, you will find the main reception on the right hand side of the main road.
Address: National Construction College, Bircham Newton, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE31 6RQ
NCC East has a wide range of accommodation available. All double or twin rooms are en-suite. Wifi, TV and tea and coffee facilities are supplied in each room.
Call 0800 280 0343 to see what's available for your stay.
The Welfare team provide a range of facilities and activities for students and anyone using our accommodation, such as a laundry and a lounge for socialising with TV and pool table. Trips to Norwich and other centres can be arranged on request. Contact the Welfare team on arrival.
NCC East at Bircham Newton was formerly a Royal Air Force (RAF) base, and has occupied the site since 1964.
The RAF Bircham Newton Memorial Project was established in 2005 to commemorate the distinguished history of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force at Bircham Newton between 1918 and 1962.
The project established permanent memorials to those who served at RAF Bircham Newton and at nearby RAF Docking. The project also opened a heritage centre to display some of the history of those people who played a vital role at the station over its long history.
RAF Bircham Newton heritage centre
At the heritiage centre you can find out more about the Royal Flying Corps and and the RAF. A huge range of archive material – memorabilia, aircraft models, photos, maps, medals, uniforms, first-hand accounts of the ‘Bircham Newton experience’ and many other displays – are available to all visitors.
The heritage centre (located in the old Commanding Officer’s residence) has a very relaxed atmosphere and is within easy walking distance of The Birches. It has disabled access a large car park. Entry and parking are free.