Venues for hire
We operate three community venues for hire in High Wycombe: the Reggie Goves Centre, the Guildhall and Castlefield Community Centre. These venues are available seven days a week.
Guildhall, High Wycombe
This 18th century listed building is located on High Wycombe High Street. It has two impressive rooms, the Carrington and Shelburne Rooms. The Guildhall is an ideal location for training, meetings and exhibitions and has good facilities for wheelchair users.
Please note: Since 1 September 2012, the Guildhall has been run by our Major Projects and Estates Team, who took control of the building from our Halls Team. If you are interested in using the Guildhall please contact us using the details in the right hand column.
Bucks HP11 2AG
Reggie Goves Centre
Located in the heart of High Wycombe, the Reggie Goves Centre is a flexible venue suitable for a wide variety of events. The large hall can accommodate up to 120, the small hall 80 and the meeting room and resource room can accommodate 20 people.
The large and small halls are accessible to wheelchair users, but the meeting rooms are not. Both halls have induction loop systems and there is a disabled toilet on both ground and first floor levels.
We are unable to take long term bookings at the moment.
Reggie Goves Centre
Bucks HP11 2HQ
To book the Reggie Goves Centre please contact us using the details in the right hand column.
Castlefield Community Centre
High Wycombe HP12 3LL
To find out about facilities at Castlefield Community Centre and to book the Castlefield Community Centre, please see the related documents below. The booking form should be completed and submitted to the address above.
Please note: The Centre is currently unable to take any one-off private bookings or longer term bookings which go past July 2013. Any enquiries or bookings must go through Surestart.
Phone: Wycombe Surestart Children's Centre on 01494 475 475
Business conference and meeting venues
There are also a variety of business conference and meeting venues in the Wycombe district. These range from meeting rooms in small-friendly local hotels to formal theatre-style venues seating hundreds of delegates. See the links below for a selection.
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