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Room lettings

Facilities are available at the Quaker Meeting House for community, voluntary and educational organisations to hold meetings, classes and other functions. See below for information about the facilities which are offered and the current contribution rates (including use of kitchen if you wish to make your own refreshments).

Requests for lettings for a wide range of purposes can be considered. However, we do not allow use for ticketed events, or by individual political parties.
Rates are kept to the minimum necessary to meet day-to-day running costs.

Rooms

Large Meeting Room - This is the main Quaker meeting room and is suitable for groups of up to 40 people. There are comfortable stacking chairs and tables available - £13.00 per hour.

Library - A comfortable book-lined room which can seat up to 12 people - £11.00 per hour.
Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings and afternoons are reserved for Quaker use.

Small Meeting Room - Available for small groups and or counselling when not used by Friends - £11.00 per hour.

Dining Room - Can be used for meetings which require seating at a table for 10 - £11.00 per hour.

Counselling Room
- A not too small room perfect for counselling one to one or couples, very private ensuring confidentiality, with comfortable chairs. - £11.00 per hour.

Dining Room

The Dining Room

Kitchen

The Kitchen

Small Meeting Room

The Small Meeting Room

Counselling Room

The Counselling Room

Counselling Room

The Library


Children's Room
- A quiet place in the garden for a group of up to 12 people to meet and also well suited for one to one counselling sessions - £8.00 per hour. This room is used by children for Meeting on Sunday mornings.

Garden Room

The Children's Room, in the garden

Children's Room

The Children's Room, in the garden

Facilities

Access for people with disabilities: There is a ramp for the front door step and 2 toilets adapted for disabled use. There is a hearing induction loop in the large Meeting Room.

Baby changing facilities are available.

The kitchen is available to serve light refreshments.

The Resident Warden, Geoff Hammond, is available whenever the Meeting House is open, except for Friday and Saturday which are his days off.

Parking is available in close proximity to the meeting house in the Colebrook Street car park. Those with a disabled parking permit can park outside the building in any available slot. Otherwise there is a very good local bus service with the bus station located just off the Broadway, a five minute walk away.

Booking

For further information or to request a booking, please contact the Resident Warden by telephoning 01962 864184 during office hours, or by e-mail to winchesterquakerwarden@gmail.com

Cheques should be made payable to Winchester Local Quaker Meeting and addressed to
The Warden, Quaker Meeting House,
16 Colebrook Street,  Winchester, SO23 9LH