It is an ideal private venue that can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of small businesses, community groups and charities needing a first class facility.
Typical uses include interviews, team meetings and training. The room caters for a variety of needs and can be used flexibly to suit group numbers up to 9 (+ tutors) in classroom configuration and up to 24 people in Standard Conference/Auditorium layout.
The Meeting Room
The venue is generously lit by natural daylight.
An these are just some examples
Discounts fro Charities and Community Groups.
An historical building
It is a Grade II listing building.
Prominently situated at the South end of the town, on the west side of Prince Street, opposite the junction with Ivor Street.
The building dates from 1937 and it is similar in design to, although larger than the Post Office at Blackwood.
The exterior is roofed Queen Anne Revival building, on a rectangular plan with extensions to rear. Symmetrical 2 storey, 5 windows, main façade, with roughcast render, dressed stone quoins and marble plinth.