Correct as of Th 3/1/19
modern building offers an ideal location for group meetings or private functions.
This is a large, well-lit room, with a capacity of 120 guests,
and is part-carpeted with a wooden dance floor.
There are comfortable furnishings, with the flexibility to
arrange the chairs and tables as required.
There is also now a bar hatch. This room is shown in the photo above.
This is a meeting area, seating around 20 guests, that can be
screened off from the main hall by a concertina door. Access is via the Borromeo Hall. It
has a modular table that can be arranged to your needs, and a music system
Also available with both of the rooms described above is a
well-equipped kitchen, which offers tea- and coffee-making facilities, two
ovens, a hob and a fridge, plus plenty of crockery and cutlery. There are hatches from the kitchen to both of
This room, which can hold up to 80 guests, is the main bar area. It offers a good selection of beers
and wines. Please note that this room does not now open regularly to the public, but, if there is a function booked in the Hall, it is usually available for people to drop in.
This is a meeting area, seating around 15 guests. Access is via the Adams Lounge. A large TV can be positioned on the wall, making it especially suitable for presentations.
Also available, for all guests, is the car park, accessible from
Leswell Street, just off the main Birmingham Road. During certain times, especially the school
terms and coinciding events, it can become very busy.
Generally, £10 an hour. This is the same
regardless of the room.
On Friday and Saturday nights, there is a flat fee of £70. Both of these rates apply from 5 pm to 11:30 pm (+ 30 minutes' tidying-up), even if you do not use the full 7 hours.
Training sessions by or for organisations such as the County Council are charged at £40 for a half day and £65 for a full day. Both these amounts include refreshments throughout the session.
If the bar is required, the charge is
£10 an hour in addition to the venue fee. There is also the option of
having food provided for an extra charge; this must be arranged with the independent caterer, initially through the Bookings Secretary.
A booking is considered only provisional until a
completed form and a deposit of at least 50% of the hire cost are received by the Bookings Secretary via St Ambrose's Rectory.
In addition, an indemnity payment of £50 is required
for each booking.
This will be returned within 28 days if the room is left as found, ie no damage or loss has been caused; no money is owed; and no complaints have been received.
The only payment methods are cash and cheque. Regardless of which you choose, if you do not pay in full initially, you will have until 14 days before the event to settle the balance.
For bookings or further information, please ring Joel Douglas,
the Bookings Secretary, on 07513 295817, or send a message to