The Dinsdale Young Room
The bright and inviting Dinsdale Young Room is located on Level 1, and takes its name from the Reverend Dinsdale Young – the Methodist Superintendent Minister between 1914 and 1938.
It is ideally suited for holding seminars, meetings, and drinks receptions thanks to its flexibility, and can cater for up to 60 people in theatre style. Its high windows provide plenty of natural daylight, with optional blackout facilities also available.
The Dinsdale Young Room is also adjacent to a syndicate room, which you can hire to use as a convenient catering, cloakroom or registration area, or simply to provide a breakout area for your delegates.
Features at a glance
- Space for up to 60 people, theatre style
- Located on Level 1
- Natural daylight
- Optional blackout facilities
- Can be used with adjacent syndicate room
- Flexible catering and AV options
Technology and AV
We offer several audio visual options to enhance your event in the Dinsdale Young Room. High-speed broadband, conference phone facilities, and a 55-inch screen are included as part of our standard room hire package.
You may also hire additional screens if required, ranging in size from 55 to 80 inches.
Should you have any special requirements or require any technical assistance during your event White Light, our expert in-house AV partner will be on hand to provide help and advice.
Menus and catering
We can provide a delicious variety of catering for your event in the Dinsdale Young Room. Our extensive range of meeting-friendly options include hot and cold buffet items, and working lunch menus – as well as a long list of beverages, soft drinks and fresh juices. We can also work with our on-site catering partner, Green & Fortune to create a bespoke menu if you wish.
All catering and refreshments are normally set up in the Dinsdale Young’s adjacent syndicate room, for your delegates’ convenience.
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