Facilities available for conferences, exhibitions and exercise classes
St. Andrew's Church Centre in Ealing is now reopened and wants to attract bookings.
The centre is in a residential area just off Haven Green next to the Church and less than 10 minutes’ walk from Ealing Broadway station and centre. It offers a wide range of halls and rooms, ranging from larger St. Aidan’s Hall to the informality of small meeting rooms. These are suitable for conferences, training sessions, counselling and committee meetings.
St Aidan’s Hall is part of the original church built in 1875. This is described as an ideal venue for conferences, exhibitions, award ceremonies and Presentations. The centre says that stained glass windows and the serenely spiritual surroundings also make this an excellent venue for meditation and alternative therapy sessions. Under Covid-19 guidelines it can now accommodate up to 10 people and benefits from an adjacent kitchen.
Johnston Memorial Hall is a large hall is particularly suitable for physical exercise sessions such as aerobics, karate and also children’s activity groups, etc. The hall has a platform which can be used for public speaking. Under Covid-19 guidelines it can now accommodate up to 15 people, and benefits from an adjacent kitchen.
The Centre is a permanent base for two local charities and is used as an arts centre and meeting place by people from across Ealing.
St. Andrews United Reformed Church, Ealing
After temporarily closing in March 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Centre has now reopened on a limited basis. It has implemented precautions against Covid-19 in line with Government guidance so it can continue to provide a community resource offering meeting and counselling rooms, some permanent offices and space for church and leisure activities. Opening hours are currently by arrangement.
To make bookings phone 020 8566 9642 or email email@example.com and find more information on their web site.
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October 15, 2020