Gleaming oak flooring and carved oak panelling originating from the 1600s, together with huge stained glass windows give this room an impressive ambience This room is particularly suitable for larger events such as conferences, meetings and exhibitions to formal seated lunches, dinners and standing receptions, product launch, fashion shows and filming. The stained glass windows, backlit for evening events, portray William Shakespeare, William Caxton, St Cecelia, William Tynedale and Archbishop Cranmer. The great north Caxton window depicts William Caxton showing his printing press to King Edward IV. At the south end, there is a carved screen, surmounted by a Minstrels’ Gallery, which may be used for small bands or choirs. The Hall is licenced for civil ceremonies for up to 200 guests and is also a splendid location for a wedding breakfast. Candlelight, live music and dancing is permitted in this room.
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