This grand room pre-dates the Great Fire of London and has been used for over 700 years of fine dining, balls, and large receptions.
The three metre high stained glass windows flood the Hall with natural light and the lofty ceilings offer grandeur and space. The dais offers a natural focal point for the room, making this a versatile space, as accommodating to conferences and presentations as dinners and ceremonies.
Housed on the gallery is a mahogany organ, installed in the Hall in 1966, and the only remaining working organ within a Livery Hall.
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