17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE, London, England
Currently not accepting new bookings.
Built in 1952, Ealing meeting house is set among Victorian houses in a quiet street, yet is just a five minute walk from Ealing Broadway.
The meeting house has four rooms to suit a range of purposes.
They are serviced by a kitchen (available to make hot drinks), three non gendered toilets, plus a wheelchair-accessible toilet.
The beautiful garden includes a large lawn and children’s play equipment and is available for the quiet enjoyment of any group wishing to include outside activities as part of their programme. (Special arrangements must be made with the office.)
The building is single-storey and there is a level car park, ramp access with handrail and bicycle racks at the rear. The garden is accessible to wheelchairs.
A hearing loop system is available in the main meeting room.
Folding tables and a whiteboard/flipchart stand are kept in the store room and are available for use in any of the rooms as required.
* We welcome regular long-term bookings by community groups
* We have three separate sessions bookable daily in each room
* Our minimum booking is 5+ dates booked together
* Bookings by the term (or year) are preferred
* We offer a discount for year-long bookings
This venue is suitable for the following occasions.
Availability: Room booking daily sessions Monday - Sunday The day is divided into three sessions: Morning 09:00 – 13.30 Afternoon 13.30 – 18:00 (14:30 1st & 3rd Sundays) Evening 18:00 – 22.30 (not Saturday)
Hire Costs: Rooms and prices (until 31st December 2021) Meeting Room £50 per session Garden Room £40 per session Front Room £34 per session Library £24 per session
This listing was last updated: 29/07/2021
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