The Main Hall is a warm and beautiful light-filled space with an oak floor with many of the original features, such as the stained glass windows.
Best used for weddings, wedding receptions, banquets, celebrations, concerts, workshops and business away days.
With a sprung floor this is a fully equipped dance space with movable mirrors.
Best used for dancing, workshops, celebrations and meetings
The Lower Hall is the main hospitality area hosting four weekly community meals every week. Best used for community events; meetings rooms; children’s parties.
Yellow & Green Rooms
Two smaller rooms best used as meeting space
How to book
Please check the availability of rooms you wish to book before submitting a booking form
The easiest way is to click on the 'CHECK AVAILABILITY' button and look at the calendar
There is also an FAQ which is a useful read before making a booking
Room Hire Rates - please click here
Before completing a booking form please check if we have availability for your booking.
By completing a booking form, you are confirming you have read our Terms & Conditions and
If you require AV (audio/visual) with your room booking, the option 'Audio Equipment' must be highlighted.
Instructions on how to access the locked AV cupboard will need to be given by a member of the Office team.
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