Oxford Quaker Meeting House
Our premises are hired by a wide variety of groups on both a regular and occasional basis. Phone the warden on 01865 557373 or email him (via web site) to discuss your requirements. Meanwhile, please see our charges and the photos below to give you an idea.
The Garden Room is on the ground floor with access to a disabled person’s toilet. The room can accommodate approximately 30 persons, mostly on comfortable, upright chairs. Access to the garden in the summer. Three double electricity points. Carpeted. The large kitchen is adjoining.
The Library is also on the ground floor with access to a disabled person’s toilet. It is suitable for small groups of up to 15 people, mostly on armchairs. There is no provision for the preparation of refreshments unless arranged with the warden beforehand. Two double electricity points.
The Long Room is upstairs on the first floor facing St.Giles. It is restricted, for personal security reasons, to 12 people. Because of the antiquity of the floor, no jumping or dancing is allowed.
The Meeting House is situated at the far end of the garden. It will hold around 130 people and an additional 25 in the gallery on a mixture of benches and chairs. There is a small kitchen for hot drinks, seven double electricity points. Displaced furniture must be put back as found before leaving. If in doubt, please ask the warden on duty.
Charges and more see web site.