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We’ve followed all of the Government guidance in order to make Church House fully COVID-19 secure, in order to create a safe space for our users.
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The accommodation at Church House is on 2 floors.
The ground floor, known as the Warden’s Room, where churchwardens once brewed their ale, measures 7.3 metres X 4.7 metres, and fully complies with the requirements of disability access. It can comfortably accommodate gatherings of 30 - 35 people in various lay-outs, and has overhead lighting which can be adjusted to suit different purposes.
This photo, on the right, shows the Warden’s Room.
The Layamon Room, named after the famous writer priest of Areley Kings, is a prestige location measuring 9.2 X 6 meters. It can accommodated over 60 people in “lecture room” format, and 50 when seated at tables.
Both rooms are centrally heated with optional electric heating if required, and have plenty of 13amp power points.
Facilities comprise of ladies and gentlemen toilets, complete with baby changing facilities, disabled toilet and galley kitchen.
The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave oven, hot plate, and hostess trolleys, and has adequate cutlery, crockery and glassware.
Church House is furnished with tables and chairs which can be arranged to suit most requirements.
Church House is regularly hired for:
Parties, business meetings, workshops, exhibitions, lectures, art classes, away days, quiet days, dining, entertaining, wedding & baptism receptions, etc. and by many local clubs and societies and support groups
Church House is a truly historic building. Find out more about our story.
We would love to hear from you. For details of how to book and what we can offer, please contact us.