- Fine Dining
- Conferences / Meetings
- Private Functions
- Small Receptions
- Syndicate Discussions
- Adventure Training
- Team Building Activities
- Band Practice
- Short / long Term Parking
With a polished wooden floor, this spacious hall (20m x 10m) can be used for a variety of activities, such as exhibition, lectures, and conferences. There are no messing facilities
A comfortable and versatile room (10.5m x 4.9m) There are club chairs for 5, with occasional tables and chairs for a further 15 people in this convivial room.
A second smaller room (6.8m x 5.1m) There are club chairs for 10, with wall seating for a further 20 people in this welcoming room. Flat screen TV.
A suitable room for lectures or seminars (8.8m x 4.5m) is available which can seat up to 12 at desks or 12 in soft seats.
The classrooms is a generous size (5.8m x 4.6m), which can easily hold 8 desks. AV is available.
Parking for up to 50 cars as part of the event booking or longer term storage.
|A red-brick Army Reserve Centre, makes this location suitable for a variety of activities. It is a perfect site if you want to use the centre for a film location, a base for enjoying the city and its environs or as a venue for a variety of events such as conferences, seminars, meetings or use as an occasional office away from home.
Millbay originated as a natural inlet, lying to the south of a large area of marshland recorded in early documents as the ‘Sourpool’. The earliest documentary sources record the erection of a mill at the neck between the Sourpool and the inlet in the 12th century which is the origin of the name Millbay.
Millbay Park at the junction of West Hoe Road and Citadel Road, Plymouth, was formerly the site of the Millbay Military Barracks, where large numbers of French, Spanish and Russian prisoners of war were housed during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Millbay Army Reserve Centre is in a commanding location close to Plymouth city centre.
The Army Reserve Centre has a large hall, a lecture room and a classroom and two bars. This Devon venue benefits from on-site, secure parking for up to 50 cars.
|Address||Millbay Army Reserve Centre|
|Post Code||PL1 3BQ|