wrong can be a serious obstacle to a successful event. Whether it’s a
training course, a prayer meeting, a concert or a celebration – you
need the right venue to help create the right mood. Here are some venue
suggestions and the sort of event that they will suit.
home is an intimate, cosy environment that works well for groups of up
to about 12-14 people. It also has the advantage of being extremely low
cost. However, events in homes are best suited to people who know one
another, although it is possible to bring along friends who don’t know
others in the group.
Events: bible study groups, discussion groups, prayer meetings, Alpha courses, other informal courses.
2. Church/School/Village Halls
There are thousands of these halls across the country and they come in all shapes and sizes. Generally they work well for
of up to 200 people, although it depends on the seating format. 200
people sitting in rows facing a stage require much less space than 200
people sitting around tables. These halls typically cost a few pounds
per hour to rent, with the hirer responsible for all the setting up and
Events: training courses, Alpha courses, church or public meetings, dinners, small plays or concerts, charity sales. Read more: http://www.ycen.co.uk/guidetovenue.htm