Rooms in the Meeting House are available for use by voluntary and other organisations on weekdays. The rooms are:
A square room, seating 80, with high windows equipped with blackout blinds, and both direct and indirect lighting from pendants. The partition between this and the Small Hall can be removed.
The Large Hall has an audio induction loop for the hard of hearing.
Seating 40, with a hatch to the kitchen and a french window to the garden (which serves as a wheelchair entrance). This room is also tall and light.
The kitchen is equipped with about 60 cups and saucers, an urn (30 cup capacity), a gas cooker and other items which can be used after consultation with the Warden. Our environmentally friendly fridge does not have an icebox.
Seats 12 when used as a meeting room.
Formerly known as the Reading Room, this room houses a display of leaflets and booklets on various aspects of Quakerism. It seats 10 and is an ideal room for small meetings, such as committees. It is not wheelchair accessible.
Rooms are let by the session: Morning 9.00-1.00; Afternoon 2.00-5.00; Evening 7.00-10.00. Charges for community groups and charities in 2017 are:
These charges are increased by 50% for commercial organisations.