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An unrivalled welcome greets every guest at this vast Livery Hall, where splendour and historical richness intertwine with 21st century facilities. A magnificent grand travertine marble staircase set beneath a majestic glass dome creates a sense of occasion befitting every event. With beautiful décor evoking a different era in each room, Clothworkers’ Hall is not just stunning, but versatile too. Clothworkers’ Hall is the home of one of the Great Twelve City Livery Companies, and booking the venue is the only way to access this beautiful building, giving events held here a sense of true exclusivity and prestige.

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Weddings at Clothworkers’ Hall

Entering from a private courtyard through Victorian ceremonial gates, guests cannot fail to be impressed with the overwhelming spaciousness of the art-deco style Entrance Hall, with its Italian travertine marble pillars and trompe l\’oeil paintings. A regal entrance is guaranteed as you ascend the majestic travertine marble staircase and make your way to the ceremonial rooms. Beneath the magnificent dome, this beautiful staircase is adorned with an impressive set of eighteenth century tapestries – a true testament to the continuing textile heritage of Clothworkers\’ Hall. Host a sophisticated pre-dinner drinks reception in the delightfully charming Reception Room. This Adam-styled room, with its silk-hung walls and barrel-vaulted ceiling, provides a beautiful and intimate backdrop to the start of your evening\’s proceedings. Your grand affair continues as you and your guests enter the magnificent Livery Hall. Dine beneath the striking beauty of five stained glass windows and take to the floor under the chandeliers\’ shimmering light for your first dance. Truly a night to remember.

Christmas at Clothworkers’ Hall

Traditional Christmas theming turns this majestic Hall into a magnificent yuletide setting for a splendid Christmas celebration. An unrivalled welcome awaits at this vast Livery Hall,
where splendour and historical richness intertwine perfectly. As guests enter the Hall through the Victorian ceremonial gates there is a sense of space, exclusivity and prestige.
With beautiful décor evoking a different era in each space, Clothworkers’ transports guests throughout the festivities.

A glorious grand travertine marble staircase, set beneath a majestic glass dome creates a sense of occasion immediately upon arrival. The Reception Room is swathed in silk, the stunning
chandeliers, and delicate candlelight set a beautiful backdrop for your sparkling drinks reception. Open the doors to unveil the stained-glass window, five crystal chandeliers and the
grand piano of the splendid Livery Hall; for a joyful night of dinner and dancing. The splendour and historical richness of Clothworkers’ exudes opulence, creating a centre stage for an
outstanding, regal celebration.

Rooms in the Clothworkers’ Hall

Livery Hall

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The Livery Hall is a truly magnificent room and an impressive setting for conferences, dinners, cocktail receptions, wedding receptions and Christmas events. It is dominated by five stained glass windows and portraits of Honorary Liverymen, complemented by crystal chandeliers. There is even a Minstrels’ Gallery, so that live music can be enjoyed from on-high, and a grand piano is in situ; dancing is permitted in the Livery Hall.

Reception Room

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Elegant Adam-styled period features, with silk hung walls and barrel vaulted ceilings, make this an intimate room for hosting a private dinner or reception. It is most frequently used during conferences as a dining area or as a syndicate space for further meetings.

Thwaites Boardroom

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This newly refurbished room (named after a past Clothworkers’ Master) has been added to the event spaces with natural light, conferencing facilities and air conditioning. With the same capabilities as the Alsager room this is an intimate and relaxing room for meetings and small dinners and luncheons. A unique feature of this room is that it can be divided in two, with a sound proofed divider making this an extremely versatile meeting space.

Alsager Boardroom

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Named after Thomas Alsager, who turned around the Clothworkers’ fortunes in the 1800s, this brand new boardroom space boasts air conditioning (with wall mounted controls), a plasma screen for conferencing and natural light. With exquisite hand made chairs, this is perfect for meetings, luncheons or even dinners!

Court Room

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The elegant Court Room is perfect for hosting formal board meetings or as an additional breakout room from the main Livery Hall.

Entrance Hall

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As they enter the Hall through the Victorian ceremonial gates, Guests cannot fail to be impressed with the overwhelming spaciousness of the art-deco styled Entrance Hall. Graced by Italian travertine marble pillars and Trompe L’Oeil paintings, The Entrance Hall is a most welcoming space to host registration or a pre-dinner reception.

Court Luncheon Room

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The Court Luncheon Room is a versatile space that is often used as a breakout room for the main Livery Hall. It is also well suited to use as a dining area after the conclusion of a meeting.

The Library

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This enchanting room is ideal for those exclusive and intimate meetings or lunches. The Library can hold up to 16 guests comfortably on its striking central table.

Drawing Room

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With its eighteenth century fireplace and Chippendale styled lighting, the Drawing Room is an ideal space for smaller meetings or pre dinner drinks.