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Private Hire

Store Street
An antidote to traditional conferencing and presentation facilities this is a large lounge with colourful soft furnishings, lending a modern salon feel to any event.

With large windows which have blinds for presentations, the view of trees on Store Street adds to the vibrancy. 

The Store  Street Room can be hired for theatre-style presentations and speaker events, for product launches or networking parties and can be arranged in a variety of layouts to suit your needs.

Bar and Restaurant
This area is a relaxed and stylish space. The bar is well stocked with an array of wines, beers, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks and the floor to ceiling windows can let the light flood in or be covered for a more intimate feel.

White tulip tables and cosy booths allow for chatting or dining, alternatively for larger parties the whole space can be cleared to give maximum standing room. This is a great space for wine tastings, drinks receptions and private dining.

Whole Club
One Alfred Place spans across 10,000 sq ft. The whole club can be hired exclusively on weekends.

This includes all of the space listed above and our spacious reception lounge, with sofa groups for relaxed chatting.

Please contact us for further details.

'Huge thanks to you and your whole team for all their help yesterday – the event was really successful, ran really smoothly and we had lots of compliments on the venue and the food too! Really hoping we get to have another event with you in the future.'
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  • 05 July 2015

  • Alfred's Blog:

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  • it's ten years since the death of Adam Bell, 34, from misdiagnosed Type 1 diabetes. A usually healthy and active person, Adam suddenly fell ill complaining of stomach pains and nausea. He was incorrectly diagnosed by his doctor as suffering from a virus, and Adam tragically died alone the following day.

    Post-mortem results revealed Adam died from Ketoacidosis, a complication of Type 1 diabetes. The Adam Bell Foundation was set up in his memory, to raise awareness and save lives.
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