The historic Charles Hastings Board Room, where the British Medical Association (BMA) was founded on 19 July 1832, is part of Worcester’s impressive heritage and as such provides a prestigious setting for civil ceremonies and marriages. This room is licensed for civil ceremonies and can accommodate up to 50 guests.
A light and airy space also licensed for civil ceremonies and marriages, which can be used together with rooms CH G009 and CHG010 if you are looking for a larger ceremony.
Adjacent to the Board Room, the Jenny Lind Chapel is a beautiful space with stained glass windows and original religious symbolry. It was the Chapel for the Worcester Royal Infirmary and is an inspiring setting for small intimate receptions. The Ceremonial Entrance Lobby is an open space leading into the Charles Hastings Board Room and can also be used as a reception area where guests can gather in advance of the ceremony.
The University has a number of spaces suitable for receptions, and we would be happy to meet with you and show you around and to discuss which arrangements would work best for your particular event.
All venues can be decorated with floral displays and balloons and other items to match the mood of the occasion, whether you are looking for a discreet intimate occasion or for a more flamboyant larger event.
The University can host weddings on most Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year and also on weekdays during the vacations.
Call us on 01905 542121 or email:email@example.com discuss your wedding plans.