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 Church House, Alcester


Church House is owned under trust  by the  Rector, Churchwardens and PCC of St Nicholas Church (all ex officio) and is for use of Alcester Minster Churches and the Alcester community.


It is home to the facilities for St Nicholas Church, and includes a Meeting Hall, Kitchen, Toilets, and a small Office / Consulting room. Upstairs are Upper Room and Hayloft Room for flexible use, suitable for study, small meetings etc.


The main hall is used regularly, not only by various Minster groups, but also by a variety of community users including for example, local society meetings, supervised children’s activities, painting groups, lunch parties, and business and commercial users for training courses and other functions. It functions as a performers’ ‘green room’ for events in St Nicholas church.


The modern toilets in the former stables are opened for church events and can be accessed either from the hall or through the side passage way, free of steps.  They include a separate toilet for disabled people.


The Hall, with use of kitchen, may be hired for other community uses.

The Office, Upper Room and Hayloft Room may each be separately hired.

For hiring details contact Marion Deeks, 01789 763723. See booking page.


Hall: 7m X 7m approx.  Seats up to 60 or about 36 seated at tables.  Varnished block floor, Electric panel heating, Hatch to kitchen. Chairs and various size tables. Upright Piano.

Kitchen: 4.7m X  3.5m approx.  Drinks water boiler, fridge, freezer, 90cm range electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, crockery, cutlery, etc.  Hirers to provide own cooking utensils.

Office: 3.0m X 2.6m approx.  Suitable for quiet consultations. Electric panel heating. Telephone line installed.

Upper Room: 4.5m X 2.7m approx.  Suitable for committee meetings. 8 seat board room table. Electric panel heating.

Hayloft Room: 4.5m X 4.5m approx. Flexible room suitable for committees, training courses, etc. Electric panel heating.

 

The refurbishment project has been run by the Church House Development Committee, formed in 2006 to update the ancient 15th century rooted building into a modern 21st century facility.  More details of the project are on the History page.  Donation information is on Donor page.



R O - March 2017