Meeting Rooms Available at the Pocklington Hub

18 October 2019
Source: Thomas Pocklington Trust

The Pocklington Hub, Thomas Pocklington Trust’s office, has a range of meeting rooms Thomas Pocklington Trust Logoavailable for other sight loss sector organisations to book for free to use for meetings, training sessions, interviews and events.

The full suite of rooms available are:
Andrea Bocelli and Stevie Wonder – two rooms with capacity for 2 people
Peter White Room – capacity for 6 people set up in Boardroom style
Sue Townsend Room – capacity for 14 people set up in Boardroom style
Lord Chris Holmes Room – possibility for set up with 20 people in Boardroom, 25 people in Cabaret and 30 people in Theatre style.

Pocklington Suite (Sue Townsend Room and Lord Chris Holmes Room combined) – Pocklington Suite has capacity for 35 people in Boardroom, 50 people in Theatre, 60 people in Cabaret and 80 people in Reception style (standing only). This space is ideal for larger events and gatherings.

There is free Wi-Fi available as well as the use of a projector and flip charts if required. We have a kitchen facility and you are welcome to help yourself to tea, coffee and filtered water.

For booking requests, please email hub@pocklington-trust.org.uk or phone 020 8995 0880.

Our address:   Thomas Pocklington Trust, The Pocklington Hub, Tavistock House South (Entrance D), Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9LG

Closest rail and tube stations to the Hub:
• Euston underground (Northern and Victoria Line) and mainline station
• King’s Cross St Pancras underground (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria Line) and mainline station
• Euston Square underground station – Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Line
• Russell Square underground station – Piccadilly Line

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