The Morrell Room is a beautiful wood panelled hall with a wooden floor. It was commissioned for the benefit of the villagers of Streatley in 1896 by Mr and Mrs George Morrell. The exterior remains largely as it was over a hundred years ago and great pains have been taken to preserve the character and atmosphere of the interior.
It is located in the beautiful village of Streatley, set in the Goring Gap, close to hills and the river Thames.
Facilities include kitchen, ladies, gents and disabled toilets, cloakroom, 'green room', and overhead projector/screen. It is fully wheelchair accessible.
It is regularly used for classes and events, such as drama productions and children's parties.
Please note that current license arrangements preclude the use of amplified music after 6pm, which limits its suitability for evening parties.
- Contact Name
- Andy Taylor
- 01491 873855
- Hall Type
- Year Built
- Year Refurbished
- Seating Capacity
- 100 or so theatre style, depending on whether there is a stage set up.
- Main Hall
- Store Room
- Accessible Toilets
- Changing Facilities
- Wheelchair Access
- Projection Screen
- Smoke Alarms
- Fire Alarms
- Hearing Loop
- Tea Crockery
- Dinner Crockery
Availability and Hire Costs
Availability: It is available for hire any time, although it is regularly booked during term time on weekday afternoons, early evening.
Please note that due to the current licensing agreement, amplified music is not permitted after 6pm.
Hire Costs: £10 per hour, with an addition charge for the use of the kitchen.
Chairs and tables can be hired for outside events.
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