It now appears that the "terrorist training camp" reported after the arrest of 14 people in a halal Chinese restaurant in South London, is not a school in East Sussex, (see "Are Public School Combined Cadet Forces any different from "terrorist training camps" ?" but some woodland in the New Forest in Hampshire, which has not previously attracted any media publicity.
The BBC reports that some of the people charged with terrorist offences on Wednesday are charged with:
[...] attending a woodland area in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, [...] where terrorism training was being held
This wording implies that the new "Terrorism Act 2006 section 8 Attendance at a place used for terrorist training" which carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison, is being used for the first time.
4 people were charged on Monday, another 2 are still being held without charge and 2 have been released without being charged.