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A modern purpose-built faciltiy ideally suited for conferences, meetings and corporate events.
The beautiful, newly refurbished Divinity School houses a number of meeting rooms, a central welcome area and a large audotorium. This is a versatile venue that is sure to impress.
A magnificent, 16th century building with a hammerbeam roof and fine old linen-fold panelling, ideal for large sit down functions. It can seat 300 in comfort and up to a maximum of 300 for receptions and buffets.
This attractive 450 year old room was where William Wordsworth lived when he was an undergraduate in the 1780’s. He described these rooms in his autobiographical poem, The Prelude. The room is ideally suited for functions of between 20 to 50 sitting down, or up to 60 for stand up buffets or Drinks receptions.
Steeped in history this room which is named after Charles Parsons the well-known engineer. Its intimate setting lends itself for smaller dinner parties, seating up to 16 people or a maximum of 28 for buffets or receptions.
Situated in First Court the Old Music Room, which originally was a teaching room for the students, is the ideal venue for drinks, receptions and light finger buffets for up to 60 guests.
A fully licensed, comfortable and traditional College Bar. This can be used for pre or post-Dinner drinks.