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Deptford Town Hall is a Grade II listed building which houses the magnificent Council Chamber and three meeting rooms.

Overview

  • Magnificent and recently refurbished Council Chamber
  • Three meeting rooms
    Deptford Town Hall is a Grade II listed building, easily recognisable by its galleon weathervane poised on top of the clock tower, and was built in 1905 and acquired by Goldsmiths in 2000; its architectural features commemorate the area’s maritime history. The building houses the Council Chamber which is a magnificent space for music recitals, readings and lectures; the space can seat 200 persons. The building further houses three meeting rooms which can seat 35, 25 and 16 persons respectively.

Perfect for: Conferences, filming, day meetings, music recitals and concerts.

Take a tour of Deptford Town Hall

Council chamber

Council Chamber

This grade II listed building, prominently positioned on the A2, has an impressive Council Chamber and 3 breakout rooms, including a board room. The Chamber itself seats 80 people in tiered, fixed seating with additional floor space which can accommodate a further 120 seated guests. There is also a small stage in the Council Chamber. The AV has recently been upgraded in the space, and the Council Chamber now offers a projector, pull-up screen, computer and sound system, as well as housing a Steinway grand piano. The boardroom and additional rooms seat in excess of 22 and 28 people each.

An ideal venue for presentations, board meetings and smaller presentations or training.

Have a look inside the Council Chamber

Board room

Board room

The board room in Deptford Town Hall can seat 35 people and contains a plasma screen and laptop connections. It is ideal for presentations and meetings.

Have a look inside the Board Room