Hiring the Meeting House

The meeting house is located in the heart of Wandsworth, with direct access onto the High Street, alongside South Thames College and opposite the Wandsworth Council offices. With its quiet simple rooms and lovely green garden at the rear, it is also an oasis of peace in a very busy neighbourhood. All these factors make it an ideal place for the many groups who use it throughout the week and on Saturdays.

The meeting house consists of the main meeting room, the small meeting room (library) and a seminar room. There is also a peaceful walled burial ground and garden to the rear. There are four toilets, including one with disabled access, and a food preparation area. Please note the meeting house is closed on bank holidays.

Main Meeting Room

(10.3 x 9.1m)

This high-ceilinged room has tall windows on one side overlooking the quiet and well-kept Burial Ground, which provide plenty of sunshine and light.

It is furnished with historic cushioned wooden benches and footstools in an open square format. It is fully accessible from the street with just one small step (with ramp for wheelchair users).

The benches can sit 60 people in comfort and 90 more cosily.

Small Meeting Room (Library)

7.4m x 6.3m

This room has a high ceiling with windows on two sides, making it light and airy. It is a flexible space: there are 40 chairs and 10 tables that can be positioned as best fits your needs (see photos below).

It is on the same level as the Main Meeting Room and so is wheelchair accessible. It is attached to a small kitchenette for the provision of hot drinks and light snacks through a serving hatch. It also has a piano.

Circle of 20 chairs

Theatre style: 30-40 people

Meeting style: 14 chairs around a table

Seminar Room

6.8m x ~3.5m

This smaller room is ideal for small group discussions, interviews or as a classroom.

Garden Burial Ground

The Burial Ground is behind the Meeting House and is wheelchair accessible from the street.

Contact Us!

For room bookings, please fill in our contact form.