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Meeting Rooms Available For Private Hire in Bristol

St Werburghs Community Centre has a brilliant range of affordable meeting rooms for you to hire in Bristol.

Our venue offers you a fully accessible experience with wheelchair access throughout, automatic doors, accessible toilets, adult-sized changing facilities and accessible technology.

We are conveniently located for everyone, not just those in St Werburghs.  We are very close to Bristol city centre – just 5 mins by car, train or bus, or you can walk from Cabot Circus in around 25 minutes.

You can hire all of our spaces for meetings, conferences, training courses, community events, exercise classes, professional kitchen space, wellbeing & support groups, weddings and celebrations from children parties to anniversary events.

Don’t forget that all room hire revenue is put straight back into St Werburghs Community Centre. So, when you hire a room, you’re actively helping to support the vital services that we run, and as a result, your community.

  1. Room 1 - Main Hall

    Room 1 - Main Hall

    Room 1 – Main Hall perfect for events, conferences and all type of classes

    Our largest room retaining Victorian character with parquet wooden flooring, high ceilings and double height windows. It’s incredibly light and airy and our most popular room for large events as well as dance and fitness.

    Size 13.5 by 7.5 metres

    150 Standing

    100 Theatre Style

    Cost per hour £30 Private Hire, £16 Members, £32 Private Party, £21 Children’s Party

  2. Room 4 - Kitchen

    Room 4 - Kitchen

    Room 4 – Industrial Kitchen For Hire

    Our 5-star hygiene awarded kitchen is well equipped. This large bright room includes a commercial six-burner hob and a large double oven. Washing up sinks, hand wash basins and worktop units are positioned at two different levels making the kitchen accessible.

    12 people maximum

    Cost per hour £24 Private Hire, £15 Members, £24 Private Party, £15 Children’s Party

  3. Room 7

    Room 7

    Hire Room 7 for meetings, conferences & fitness classes

    Room 7 was renovated in 2020. The room has a built-in projector and double-height windows. Newly fitted dimmable LED lighting makes this a versatile space for meetings, gatherings and all types of exercise and wellness classes.

    Size 7.5 by 6.3 metres

    45 standing

    30 theatre style

    Cost per hour £18 Private Hire, £14 Members, £21 Private Party, £16 Children’s Party

  4. Room 8

    Room 8

    Hire Room 8 for meetings, conferences & fitness classes

    Room 8 was renovated in 2020. The room has a built-in projector, hearing loop and double-height windows. Newly fitted dimmable LED lighting makes this a versatile space for meetings, gatherings and all types of exercise and wellness classes.

    Size 7.5 by 7 metres

    45 standing

    30 theatre style

    Cost per hour £18 Private Hire, £14 Members, £21 Private Party, £16 Children’s Party

  5. Room 9

    Room 9

    Rooms 9 and 12 are the perfect rooms for you to hire for meetings, fitness and events

    Rooms 9 and 12 are mirror image of each other and are located in the annexe.

    These rectangular modern rooms have underfloor heating, built-in projectors and double-height windows. It is a great space for meetings, events and all types of activities and classes.

    Room 9 & 10 can be hired together creating one big space for larger events or if you need additional space for registration, crèche, lunch or break out room.

    Size 10 x 5.8 metres

    60 standing

    40 theatre style

    Cost per hour £21 Private Hire, £15 Members, £26 Private Party, £21 Children’s Party

  6. Room 10

    Room 10

    Hire Room 10 for smaller meetings, exercise classes and support groups

    This room is suitable for training, meetings and smaller group activities.

    Located in the annexe room 10 has underfloor heating and can be booked out with room 9 to create a larger space.

    Size 6 by 6.8 metres

    25 standing

    20 theatre style

    Cost per hour £18 Private Hire, £13 Members, £16 Private Party, £16 Children’s Party

  7. Affordable Room Rates in Bristol

    Affordable Room Rates in Bristol

    Room hire rates are calculated per hour with different rates for private hire, members, private parties and children’s parties.

    In this section you can download all our useful documents to help you book the perfect room for you day.

    Download our Room Rates

    Booking Request Form

     

  8. Included In Your Meeting Hire

    Included In Your Meeting Hire

    High-speed Wifi throughout the building

    Fully accessible venue with automatic doors, adult-sized changing facilities.

    Accessible technology – Roger Pens (portable microphones) and Hearing loops in rooms 8 & 12.

    Experienced Duty Managers onsite to assist with setting up of rooms and queries.

    Online customer portal – where you can view your bookings, payments & make booking requests.

  9. Extras Available for Your Room Hire

    Extras Available for Your Room Hire

    Laptops £15

    Projectors £25

    Flipchart Stands £2.50

    Flipchart Stands, Paper & Pens £7.50

    Refreshments (tea, coffee & biscuits) £1 per person per serving

  10. Book your room today!

    Book your room today!

    Do you have any questions about hiring?

    Contact us to discuss your needs and help you book the space that’s right for you.

    If you have already booked with us, and signed up to our Online Portal. You can check your bookings by clicking on the sign in link at the top of the page.

    Or if you would like to sign up let us know and we can arrange your access.

     

     

     

  11. Office Spaces Available

    Office Spaces Available

    Did you know that we have a variety of tenants at St Werburghs Community Centre?

    These organisations operate their offices and services from the building. Benefits include an easy-in, easy-out monthly agreement and very reasonable rates!

    If you are interested in finding out more about what office spaces are available to rent. Contact us to arrange a time to take a look at what office spaces we have available for you.

     

  12. Amicus Foster Care

    Amicus Foster Care

    Amicus Foster Care office is based in room 2 at the community centre. They are an independent fostering agency supporting families to care for children and young people who are looked after by Local Authorities. The agency is small, friendly and responsive.

    Amicus prides itself in providing opportunities for Looked after Children to reach their full potential and live fulfilling lives in their community.

    Tel: 0117 955 5039

    Fax: 0845 301 4134

    email: enquiries@amicusfostercare.com​

    website: https://www.amicusfostercare.com/

  13. Herbalist Without Borders, Bristol

    Herbalist Without Borders, Bristol

    Herbalist Without Borders, Bristol, rent a space and host meetings at the community centre. There are a collaboration between clinical herbalists, community herbalists, herb growers, and local migrant support projects.

    They are a branch of Herbalists Without Borders UK and affiliated with international Herbalists Without Borders.

    Providing free herbal healthcare to people fleeing conflict, persecution, and intolerable living conditions.

    https://bristolhwb.org/

     

  14. Karen Christie Counsellor

    Karen Christie Counsellor

    Karen Christie hosts her counselling sessions at her office in the community centre.

    Karen is an experienced, qualified and Integrative Counsellor, which means she works with different theoretical concepts and models depending on clients’ needs and ways of experiencing. Karen provides a safe quiet and confidential space for you to talk, think about what feels difficult for you.

    Tel: 07740 775 223

  15. KICC Office

    KICC Office

    Kingsway International Christian Centre branches meet every Sunday where they engage in worship, Bible Study and prayer.

     Contact Details:

     Mob: 07878356140

     Mob: 07903847142

     Website: www.kicc.org.uk

  16. Khaas Office

    Khaas Office

    Khaas have been based at the community centre for many years.

    Khaas is an organisation that provides services to BME families who have children with disabilities and special needs. Khaas seeks to improve the lives of disabled children, their carers and their families. Khaas provides Saturday respite care, holiday play scheme, health-related sessions, short courses, young carers projects and information workshops.

     Tel: 0117 955 4070

     Fax: 0117 955 4070

     Email: khaas_bristol@yahoo.co.uk 

     Web Page: www.khaas.co.uk

     

  17. Zedify Office

    Zedify Office

    Zedify are on a mission to transform urban logistics and create healthier, more liveable cities of the future. Whether you’re a local independent shop, an online retailer or a professional services business, we can help by providing deliveries the way you want.

    There unique approach is better for cities and better for deliveries. They use electric cargo bikes and hyperlocal microhubs to help reduce congestion and pollution, making urban areas better places to live and work.

    https://www.zedify.co.uk/

     

sunflowers outside SWCC

Membership

Membership

There are many benefits to becoming a Member here at St Werburghs Community Centre:

1. You may be eligible for reduced room hire rates

2. You can advertise and sell your services on the premises
3. Hire secure storage space for your equipment

4. We’ll promote what you do online and in our monthly newsletter
5. You can attend Members’ Forums and have an active say in how the Centre is run
6. An opportunity to meet and associate with other groups in the community

 

Membership categories are based on your annual income and outlined below:

  1. up to £2,500 = £15
  2. £2,500 – £5,000 = £20
  3. £5,000 – £10,000 = £25
  4. £10,000 £20,000 = £30
  5. £20,000 – £40,000 = £35
  6. over £40,000 = £50

Membership Duties

Membership Duties

Membership with us is a two-way street, and we ask that all Members are actively involved with the community centre.  As such, all Member groups need to take part and support at least one of our annual events, e.g.

  • Picnic in the Park
  • Users’ Forum
  • Christmas Market
  • Festive Friends

 

There are many ways to get involved: coordinating and planning, advertising, volunteering your time on the day, performing or running a stall or a workshop.

We also expect that at least one person from each Member group will attend our Annual General Meeting.

Each Member group can nominate someone to join St Werburghs Community Association and get involved in the Centre’s management. The nominations take place at the Annual General Meetings, which are usually in December.

Download our Membership Form here, or get in touch if you have any questions.

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