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St James health & Resource centre A unique setting suitable for any organisation or business, this community meeting room has original exposed brick and a large ceiling skylight revealing the beautiful structure of the church. Meeting room includes comfortable furniture and services such as refreshments, catering and a full package of event support. Queens Road, Great Yarmouth. NR30 3DG Tel. 01493 335790 Email: stjames.reception@nwes.org.uk Web: www.nwes.org.uk Room hire fee: Half day (4 hours) £32. Tea & Coffee 75p per person per serving Full day (4 hours plus): £64. Choice of cold finger buffet or hot fork buffet from £4.50 - £8.95 per person. Tea & Coffee 75p per person per serving. Hourly rate: £12. Min – Max: 16 - 20


Suite community Room Refreshments & facilities: Cabaret Theatre Horseshoe Boardroom 16-20


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Beacon innovation centre At Beacon Innovation Centre, we offer a fully supported meeting room facility with comfortable furniture and quality media and communication equipment. We can provide additional services such as refreshments, catering and a full package of administration support. Beacon Park, Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth. NR31 7RA Tel. 01493 446500 Email: bicreception@nwes.org.uk Web: www.nwes.org.uk Room charge: £65 half day, £125 full day Lunch: £5.95 - £8.95 per head – cold buffet or hot fork buffet. Refreshments £1.50 per person per serving. Min – Max: 6 - 20


Suite Meeting Room


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Cabaret Theatre Horseshoe Boardroom 20 feet Metres con dimensions Air


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4 4 dimensions Air


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