Facilities Hire

Facilities for Hire

The College hires out a range of rooms and other facilities, for meetings, conferences, sports events and more.*

Oswestry Campus

  • Conference Rooms - 120 cinema style; Board room - 80 cinema style

  • These rooms can be prepared to whatever layout the client requires.

  • Also available for hire: the theatre (114 fixed seats, but can hold more), standard classrooms and computer suites. The full-size football pitch (from Summer 2013) and MUGA (multi-use games area) can be hired in daylight hours (floodlighting to be installed in due course).

Contact Vicky Brayne at v.brayne@nsc.ac.uk or on 01691 688 091 for further details and prices.

Walford Campus, Baschurch

  • Meeting rooms for 15 to 110 people.

  • Bedrooms (en-suite or shared facilities). A range of other facilities, including sports hall, football pitches, equine arenas, workshops, computer suites, horticultural greenhouse and workshop. Catering available on site.

Contact Vicky Brayne at v.brayne@nsc.ac.uk or on 01691 688 091 for further details and prices.

Aspire Centre, Tenbury Wells

  • Conference room which can accommodate 15 students plus tutor, all with own computer stations. Internet access with projector and interactive whiteboard. Or it can seat up to 30 delegates cinema style.

  • Meeting room without computer access to seat up to 8 Board room style.

  • Workshop Classroom 5 computers in the room and can seat up to 25 cinema style.

  • ICT Suite 11 computer stations suitable for workshop delivery or independent study.

Note: We do not have catering facilities on-site, however alternative arrangements can be made with notice. Please contact us to discuss your requirements. Contact Gina Harris at g.harris@nsc.ac.uk or 01584 811789.

*subject to availability

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