South Reading Community Hub
South Reading Community Hub is a multipurpose building that serves the local communities of South Reading. It is the home to Whitley Library, Sure Start Whitely Nursery and many activity groups run by the local community.
The Hub offers a spacious large hall as well as recently refurbished smaller rooms which are all available for hire to members of the community. Other facilities include The Annexe (available for hire evenings and weekends), a Social Club and a Café.
For further information and details on hiring the venue, please contact Corporate Lettings Team on 0118 937 2388 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Corporate Lettings Team
- 0118 937 2388 0118 937 2388
Where to go
- South Reading Community Hub
252, Northumberland Avenue
- RG2 7QA
Directions to RG2 7QA
The nearest bus route is: Number 5; which provides a regular service throughout the day until 11pm. The bus stop you need to use is called: Community Centre. You can pay for the bus using cash (exact change only), contactless card or via the app. For more details on fares, times and tickets please visit: https://www.reading-buses.co.uk
- Hall + Stage Hire : £21.88 Per Hour
- Room K Hire: £5.05 Per Hour
- Room J Hire : £3.37 Per Hour
- Room H Hire: £2.52 Per Hour
- Room L Hire: £2.31 Per Hour
- One to One Room Hire : £1.68 Per Hour
- Kitchen Hire: £1.96 Per Hour
- Annexe (Hall + Reception) Hire: £11.78 Per Hour
- Access to and use of the kitchen is an additional cost as detailed above. The above rates are based on our community rate. Additional Charges: • All one-off bookings are subject to £100 deposit • All one-off bookings are subject to a Security Fee of £23.00 + vat • Some bookings will be subject to an additional charge of 11% of total hire cost for Public Liability Insurance
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