Greensville Trust

“Sacred education is a God given right of each person that begins prior to birth. Our mission is to deliver this inalienable right thereby facilitating our ultimate purpose, to know God.”

Venue & Accommodation


The retreat will be held at Mustafa Mount in Bradford, the 14-acre site includes the three Grade-II listed buildings, including the Heaton Mount and Emm Lane buildings. Heaton Mount was one of the first houses to be built in the area. Its frontage is 90ft, not counting the large conservatory. Striking features in the façade include extremely large bay windows on either side of the porch which are carried up to the roof and have interior dimensions of 15ft by 7ft, almost forming small rooms in themselves. The estate comprises nine buildings, including the GradeII-listed Emm Lane Building and adjoining Sir Titus Salt Building, 44,600sq ft (4,144sq m), which includes a lecture theatre, restaurant and atrium. Heaton Mount, 24,200sq ft (2,249sq m), also Grade II-listed, includes a hotel extension, complete with dining and professional kitchen facilities, meeting facilities and adjacent lecture halls.


All the residential students will be housed in the Heaton Mount Hotel & Vernon Barnby accommodation. Accommodation is based on Twin sharing per room. Due to great demand for the limited places on the retreat, as well as our endeavour to keep the course fee to a minimum, students will be obliged to share a suite with other course participants.


There will be some limited provision available for families.


  • Mustafa Mount
  • Emm Lane Campus
  • Emm Lane
  • Bradford
  • BD9 4JL