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Bellamy Room

David Bellamy Room

SPALDING’S LEADING BUSINESS VENUE

The David Bellamy Community Room is one of Spalding's leading small business venues.  It hosts state of the art technology and has been designed and built to the highest standards offering full accessibility, modern comfort and professional surroundings for meetings and training sessions.  The multi-purpose room can be tailored to meet individual requirements and can be configured in many different formats holding from 2-40 delegates.

Resources include an Interactive Whiteboard with a ceiling mounted projector for presentations, DVD and Video through the whiteboard, flipcharts and four on-line computers with printing and photocopying facilities. 

Refreshments are available as standard and cold/hot buffets can be provided upon request.

The facility can be hired on an hourly, half day or full day basis and is available for hire during the week as well as evenings and weekends.

Standard hire costs include:

  • Room Hire Charges
  • Standard technical equipment for the room – including interactive whiteboard, LCD projector, flipchart and projector.
  • Water on the table.

For more information, to make a booking or to request a Conference  Pack please call Fenscape on 01775 764800 or email Nicola Carr (nicola@visitthefens.co.uk  ) Alternately write or fax to:

Fenscape
Springfields,
Camelgate,
Spalding,
Lincolnshire.
PE12 6EU

Fax: 01775 762715

 

 

 

 

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Star of stage, screen and radio, locally born Old Mother Riley (Arthur Lucas), first tread the boards as a boy of 14 in 1899, at Boston’s Shodfriars Hall.