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Providing the Best Place to Work and Train

SERFCA as an organisation aims to provide an attractive environment in which to recruit and train. SERFCA is responsible for the upkeep of 30 Army Reserve Centre’s, 7 Careers Offices and University Officer Training Units (which are tri-service), 275 Cadet Centres including 58 Joint Cadet Centres and 7 Cadet Training Centres, all on behalf of the MOD. Along with our own estate Jersey Camp on the Isle of Wight.

Managing the volunteer estate (Reserve and Cadet Training Centres) through the building new centres, maintaining current ones to the required legal standards and ensuring that all sites are kept in good order, fit for purpose and secure.

Newtown Range & Jersey Camp

Jersey Camp as is today was built in 1989, replacing an old wooden hutted camp. The funding for the build came from the Jersey Government, hence the name Jersey Camp.

The facility is owned and managed by SERFCA. For more information, click here

Contact Information

Range Officer & Estate Manager ~ Newtown Range & Jersey Camp

Locks Green
Nr Newport
Isle Of Wight
PO30 4PF

Tel: 01983 523503


Alternative Venues South East

Need a conference hall or a small meeting room, somewhere to celebrate a 21st birthday, space for physical or safety training or somewhere to park 30 new cars?

Alternative Venues South East has a range of interesting buildings in an area stretching from Oxfordshire to Kent. They include 19th Century Houses and modern state-of-the-art training facilities, all of them large well-equipped Army Reserve Centres and Cadet detachments – ideal for business, sporting, training and social activities. Most of the venues are available seven days a week and all of the Army Reserve Centres have professional catering facilities and secure parking.

Some of our sites are also suited to long term lettings for Hoardings, Radio Masts and other commercial usage. To find out more, please visit our page here

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