Waterford Room specification

Construction

Waterford Room.The Waterford Room is part of an existing building (Church House) that was constructed around 1900 but has recently been fully refurbished to comply with all the latest safety and disability requirements. There is a tall window to provide plenty of natural light and ventilation and the wooden floor is carpeted. There is level access to the Leonard Hall and the Cranbrook Room and the Waterford Room can be used on its own or as additional circulating space for the Leonard Hall.

Waterford Room dimensions

Maximum dimensions:

Waterford Room access

Access from the street is via a shallow sloping path and through a set of double doors at right angles to the room with the maximum access size of 790 mm wide x 2 metres high. Access from the Leonard Hall is via two single doors.

Waterford Room capacity

The number of people allowed in the Waterford Room depends on the use and the risk assessment carried out for the event. Please do not invite the maximum numbers to your event until we have agreed that your event will comply with safety regulations. The building fully complies with all safety regulations regarding emergency exits and fire alarms etc.; The risk assessment will centre on how you will get people out and away from the building in the event of an emergency. For example it may take longer to get people out in wheelchairs or prams than a youth group. We will be able to help you with this.

Approximate numbers that could be accommodated with the existing seating arrangements:

Chairs

10 x stackable banqueting chairs with padded seats and backs are provided. It also has a double seater settee. Additional chairs of a different design can be provided on request.

Tables

1 x lightweight aluminium folding tables with an imitation light oak top 1220 mm x 690 mm.

Internet

The Waterford Room does not have an internet connection.

General lighting

The Waterford Room has ceiling mounted fluorescents to provide general lighting.

Hearing induction loop

The Waterford Room does not have an Induction Loop system.

Power outlets

2 x double 13 amp socket outlets are positioned around the Waterford Room.

Heating

Heating is provided via a fan assisted radiator which will maintain a constant temperature of 20°C. The heating, if required, is controlled via a manual timer adjacent to the door.

Window

There is a single tall window to provide plenty of natural light and ventilation.

Blinds

The window has a vertical blind to provide dim-out. The Waterford Room cannot be blacked out completely using the fitted blinds.