- Formal Dinners
- Parking (for up to 40 Cars as part of an Event booking).
- Private Functions
The main classroom is a generous size (7.0m x 5m), which can easily hold 18 students at their desks. It has a lectern and full AV.
Old Sarum TAC has a large Conference Room/ Dining Room (9.8m x 4.5m) It has several dining tables which can be configured as one which can seat 30 around it, allowing guests to dine in gracious surroundings. The room includes a generous bar.
The spacious Drill Hall (20m x 8m) benefits from a polished parquet floor and a low ceiling, making the atmosphere much more intimate than that of many contemporaries. It has the capacity to accommodate up to 120 people if used as a party venue or conference. Alternatively, it can be used for exhibitions, wedding receptions and symposiums. The hall opens up to an anteroom (6.9m x 5m) which can act as an overflow area, a bar, a dance floor, or a classroom when partitioned off.
A generous kitchen (7.0m x 3.1m) is on the ground floor and close to the Hall. It has a 6 ring gas burner, hotplate, oven, deep fat fryer, microwave, dishwasher, freezer and fridge enabling a variety of meals/ refreshments to be served.
A quiet room (4.8m x 3m) is available which can seat up to 6 people. It has desk and a TV /Video.
A comfortable bar (9.8m x 9m) which has a parquet floor, and seating for 30 around occasional tables. There is a flat screen TV and a pool table
|In the shadow of the ancient castle of Old Sarum and close by the banks of the river Avon, the AR Centre is situated in the midst of a vibrant, new housing and industrial development on the outskirts of Salisbury. The lively city of Salisbury is located in the south-east of Wiltshire, near the edge of Salisbury Plain. It sits at the confluence of five rivers: the Nadder, Ebble, Wylye, Bourne and Avon, which flows towards the sea at Christchurch, Dorset. Salisbury boasts a thriving market, an outstanding cathedral, several museums, a racecourse and the renown Odstock Hospital.
The Army reserve Centre once was the Station Headquarters of the famous RAF station, which is now a friendly local aerodrome. It was built in 1936 to the standard RAF pattern, making it a spacious and well laid out building. It is 2 miles from the centre of town, which has excellent onward road and rail links. The Army Reserve Centre is a convenient venue for a variety of events such as filming, conferences, seminars, meetings or use as an occasional office away from home.
It has a pleasant Conference Room/ Dining Room which can seat 30 easily around the table and which provides a prestigious location for fine entertaining. The kitchen can cater for all types of events from formal dinners to light refreshments. There is one classroom, a large hall and a well appointed lounge/bar. This venue benefits from on-site, secure parking for up to 40 cars.
|Old Sarum ARC