- Max Capacity: 150
- Total Meeting Rooms: 8
- Rating: N/A
- 6.29 m to Leeds Bradford International Airport
- 0.55 m to Leeds Train Station
St George’s Centre
St George’s Conference Centre has rooms of various sizes which can accommodate between 6 and 150 people. The Function Room and Hemming Suite are suitable for larger conferences and receptions. The Conservatory Room seats up to 50 people and has exclusive use of the attached conservatory which leads to a courtyard area. Our smaller rooms will suit committee/breakout meetings. All rooms are situated on the ground floor, the centre provides easy access for disabled people.
Rooms have built in LED projectors and speakers and we can supply flipcharts. We have a new zone controlled PA system, with a variety of microphones including handheld, headset and tabletop which you can hire for £100 per day. A conference phone is also available for £60 per day.
Refreshments are available by arrangement and a variety of buffet style and hot lunches can be ordered through our in house caterers, lunches range from £6-£12 per person. With a spacious kitchen, outside catering can easily be arranged.
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St George's Conference Centre is owned by St George's Church and works in partnership with St George's Crypt. The Crypt is a homeless shelter that has being supporting, housing and feeding the homeless and disadvantaged of Leeds and the surrounding areas for 85 years.
Nurture Catering, our in house caterers, are a community involvement company based at St George's Crypt. The idea is to rehabilitate and engage former service users and help them build vocational skills. The award winning program has now being running for 5 years. We support the program by integrating Nurture as our in house caterers and encouraging all of our customers to use this fantastic service and support the initiative.
Our profits are donated back to St George's Church and are used to support their outreach missions in the local communities, and further afield.
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