Room Layouts & Capacities
|Room||Meeting style||Theatre style||Cabaret style||Reception||Dining|
|Roger Needham Room||24||60||36||60||-|
|Syndicate Rooms 1-4||14||-||-||-||-|
|Syndicate Rooms 5-6||8||-||-||-||-|
|Plommer House Room B||10||-||-||-||-|
|Fuchs House Music Room||14||25||-||25||-|
All meeting spaces within Wolfson College are accessible, excluding the Fuchs House Music Room.
Please be sure to inform the Conference & Events team of any requirements you may have, at the time of booking, to ensure the most appropriate location is reserved for you.
Accessible toilets are located at the far end of the Gallery, on the first floor of Bredon House; in the Lee Hall foyer; and on the ground floor of the Chancellor’s Centre.
We are able to allocate accessible bedrooms to residential guests, subject to availability.
Facilities for Reflection or Prayer
The College does not offer private facilities for reflection or prayer.
A full list of facilities for reflection or prayer within the University can be found here.
Gender-neutral toilets are located at the far end of the Gallery, on the first floor of Bredon House, adjacent to the accessible toilet; the Lee Hall foyer; and the ground floor of the Chancellor’s Centre (these are also accessible facilities).
There is a dress code at all College formal dinners defined without reference to gender identity or expression.
Wolfson does not offer accommodation for any person under the age of 18, including babies, with or without a parent or guardian.
Conference/event attendees of any age are welcome on site (not overnight). Please note that the College is unable to offer child-care facilities. There is a private facility for breast feeding in the accessible toilet located at the far end of the Gallery, on the first floor of Bredon House.
Wolfson College encourages event organisers to review and use the University of Cambridge ‘Conference and Event Best Practice Diversity and Inclusion Checklist’ when coordinating their events. The guidance can be found here.
Wolfson College supports the University’s ‘Breaking the Silence’ staff and student policies, relating to preventing harassment and sexual misconduct; details can be found here.