Berkeley Town Hall - Meeting Room
The Town Hall was built of Bath stone in 1824 and designed as a Market Hall with an open lower level fitted with gates and railings, the upper storey being used as the Council Chamber. In 1905 the rooms on the ground floor were constructed at the expense of Lord Fitzhardinge. The Town Council still meets in the ground floor meeting room. 9m2 , standing capacity 30 (20 seats available and large conference table) Street parking is available around the venue with a free public car park available nearby. Alcohol is permitted through an event license which can be applied for from the District Council. A kitchen is available for use by hirers. Discounts available for local community groups - please ask for further information.
The Berkeley Town Hall - Meeting Room is suitable for corporate events, music practice, meetings, societies and clubs and training and workshops.
Require a block booking? No problem, call us directly and we will set that up and invoice you.
User Reviews and Ratings for Berkeley Town Council
a year ago
Lovely venue, bright open space. We had a great party.
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