The Reading Room is a small, thatched building that stands in front of the Village Hall on Grantchester High Street. It was built in the 1840s and extensively refurbished in 2016. It is suitable for meetings and gatherings of up to 30 people and has Wi-Fi and BT Vision. There is no television monitor but users can access the service through their laptops and project onto a motorised projection screen. It has a main room containing an antique table and chairs, bookcases, a glass cabinet and a fireplace with an electric simulated wood stove. There is a small pantry with cups, a kettle and sink and a single toilet. The Reading Room is typically used for meetings, small presentations and small receptions e.g. christenings. It is a minute’s walk from three pubs, all of which serve meals and two minutes from the beautiful Grantchester Meadows.
A user guide providing more details is provided below:
Bookings can be made by contacting Margaret Barwise on Cambridge 840205 or by email at margaretbarwise <at> btinternet.com
Certificates for the Reading Room and Village Hall can be found here.