New community room for hire

We have an excellent new resource at Charing Cross Library: a community room is up and running and open for business. It’s only been open for a just over a month and already it’s been used for library, charitable, cultural and educational events.

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So, what’s has been happening in our new room? Children in Need have used the space for meetings, events associated with our current British Chinese Armed Forces exhibition, book club meetings, language lessons for adults and children, a language exam by the Confucius Institute, a Margery Allingham Society meeting, a home education parents’ meeting and several Westminster Business Information Points workshops.

So much already, and still loads to come including talks, exhibitions, workshops, events for children and much more. Keep an eye on our website for more information.

The community room is available for hire and its facilities include:

  • The room is 12m x 8m
  • It can accomodate 50 people seated or 70 people standing
  • Tables chairs and other working surfaces are available (table space for 30 people)
  • Projector and screen
  • Kitchen equipment (fridge, sink and small kettle)
  • No refreshments supplied but you are welcome to bring your own tea, coffee, sugar and milk

Please note: the library is not wheelchair accessible.

Cost: £200 per day (see library opening times); £20 non-refundable deposit or  £25 per hour; £10 non-refundable deposit

We welcome any members of the community interested in visiting our new space to take a look and spread the word. For more information and to book the community room, contact Charing Cross Library.

Aitor, Charing Cross Library

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