The old medieval Warwick Hall has been transformed into a wonderful modern facility, boasting two large halls, two meeting rooms, a kitchen and cafe. This page provides a summary of the work that has been undertaken. Further details of each of the halls and facilities are available on the relevant subpages. Floorplans can be dowloaded here:

Ground Floor Plan
First Floor Plan

Existing Warwick Hall (Old Hall)

The existing Warwick Hall has been retained mainly as it is. Some of the more recent alterations have been removed and the Hall returned largely to its original proportions. The Hall has also been extensively repaired and redecorated. For a full room specification, click here.

New Hall

A significant proportion of the new development comprises a second, larger hall with capacity for up to 200. Find out more here.

Meeting rooms and administration office

A number of meeting rooms have also been provided; one on the ground floor (the Gauntlett Room) and one on the first floor (the Greening Room). There is also an administration office on the ground floor.

Café and foyer

A new level access into the Hall has been created from the north of the new building, through the churchyard. This opens directly into a café and foyer area which is intended to function as the heart of the building and centre of activity for the community. A kitchen and café servery have also been provided on the ground floor, to serve both halls.

08 Warwick Hall entrance hall

Lower ground floor

The lower ground floor comprises of two wash rooms, storage and plant room. We are able to store equipment for hirers in the basement. Please contact us for more information.


Outside the hall, the existing garden has been re-landscaped. A terrace has been created immediately adjacent to the Hall, which has sufficient space to accommodate a small marquee for functions. Beyond the terrace, a lawn area has been provided for activities and receptions.

25 Warwick Hall garden  27 Warwick Hall garden at nigh

Read more about the design of the Warwick Hall by our architects, Acanthus Clews, here.

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