Room Bookings

Trinity Church has three rooms suitable for non-worship use.  They are available for church events, and for third party hire any day except Sunday.  The rooms are:

 

Church Sanctuary (the “Church”)       

Suitable for concerts, rehearsals and large assemblies. 

Seating capacity – 250.

Church Hall (the “Hall”)

Suitable for larger group meetings and parties. 

Seating capacity – 50.

 

Church Crèche Room (the “Crèche”)

Suitable for small group meetings. 

Seating capacity – 8.

 

Each room has toilets (including disabled) nearby. 

There is a fully equipped kitchen which is also available.

 

Enquiries

  • Contact the Bookings Officer by email (roombookings@trinityearley.org.uk), via the contacts page or by mobile phone (0781 006 1992), stating the date(s), time(s), room(s) required and nature of the event.

  • The Booking Officer will respond re prices, availability etc.

Booking a Room

  • All room bookings in Trinity Church are made through the Bookings Officer, whether the booking is by a church member, a church associated organisation or a third party. He can be contacted as described above.

What Happens Next 

  • The booking will be entered on the church bookings system. A booking will define:

    • The name of the responsible person making the booking and the name of the organisation (if applicable).

    • The nature of the booked event. 

    • An exact description of the room(s) booked, the date(s), and the times of entering and leaving the premises.

  • The Booking Officer will send a Booking Confirmation and a copy of the Terms and Conditions by email or post.

  • The Booking Officer will confirm how to access the building.

  • If applicable, the Church Treasurer will send an invoice, or a payment schedule for multi-date hirers.

Cancellation

  • Please make sure you cancel all unwanted bookings (eg half term) to the bookings officer

Other Useful Information

  • The full Terms and Conditions for Use of Church Facilities can be seen here (including the Church’s policy on alcohol and safeguarding).


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