Your conference centre in Birmingham with meeting rooms and conference facilities to accommodate your needs…
By using our building as a meeting or conference venue you are contributing to the work that Quakers do in building peace, equality and sustainability on a local, national and international stage.
The Priory Rooms has conference facilities that provide smaller meeting rooms to a conference room for two hundred delegates, making it a diverse and flexible conference centre. All of this and more at a conference centre in Birmingham city centre…
- Meeting rooms – 9 versatile rooms to choose from
- Conference rooms for training courses or conferences
- Complement your meeting with a range of catering or refreshment options
- Support from our conference centre team to make sure your event runs smoothly
- Conference facilities within in walking distance of public transport links
Book your meeting room or find out more about our conference centre today, call us on 0121 236 2317.
Monday 8.00am-5.00pm Tuesday 8.00am-9.00pm Wednesday 8.00am-9.00pm Thursday 8.00am-9.00pm Friday 8.00am-5.00pm Saturday 9.00am-5.00pm Sunday Closed
Parking at the conference centre:
Please note that we only offer organiser and disabled delegate parking on-site. Delegates are encouraged to travel to The Priory Rooms conference facilities using public transport. There are numerous public NCP car parks within walking distance of the conference centre for delegate parking. Meeting organisers are asked to inform delegates of car-parking arrangements and to pre-book their required spaces before arrival.
Conference centre accessibility:
All public areas of the Priory Rooms conference centre are fully accessible. There is a separate accessible WC located on the ground floor adjacent to the Atrium.
All first floor and the lower level meeting rooms can be accessed via a lift except for the Sturge Room. The Sturge Room can only be accessed via stairs.
If you have any queries regarding our accessibility please enquire prior to booking.
Alcohol supply or consumption at the conference centre:
As we are a Quaker organisation we do not hold a licence for either the supply or consumption of alcoholic beverages on the conference centre premises.
Everything ran really smoothly and your help and support in the lead-up to the conference and on the day was superb. The staff really care about your event which makes the day stress-free and enjoyable.
Sarah Richards, The British Association of Social Workers