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The Waterhouse Chamber

The Waterhouse Chamber

The Waterhouse Chamber

The Waterhouse Chamber was originally the council chamber, named after the famous Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse who designed the striking Town Hall facade.

graphicMeeting setup in the Waterhouse Chambergraphic

This room contains some of the Town Hall's most impressive features. A period fireplace and stained glass windows create an atmosphere of grandeur, and a private bar (which can be screened) is a superb facility for receptions and launch events.

Room information
  • Area 70 square metres (994 sq ft)
  • Ceiling height 8 metres
  • Access door 2.2 x 1.46 metres

The Waterhouse Chamber - windows and fireplaceThe Waterhouse Chamber - bar and windows

  • U shape 40
  • Classroom 40
  • Boardroom 36
  • Theatre style 60
  • Banqueting 36

Call 0118 937 3400 or email us.

Details of the stained glass windows in the Waterhouse ChamberThe Waterhouse ChamberDetail of the fireplace in the Waterhouse Chamber

Date updated: 11 Mar 2014

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