The Wesley Centre

The Wesley Centre


The Wesley Centre, Maltby, was opened in 2005. After spending two years under construction, the former Wesleyan Chapel and Methodist Centenary Hall where converted into a Business Centre and Facilities Centre joined by a purpose built foyer. The glass fronted foyer joins both areas together giving a central reception area. This area gives access to a full sized catering kitchen, public toilets and reception desk for visitors.

The former Wesleyan Chapel now contains a fully functioning business centre, home to many local businesses, whilst the Methodist Centenary Hall hosts all manner of events such as children's parties, funeral wakes, weddings and is home to the Maltby Minors Theatre Group, Maltby Musical Theatre Group, Zion Craft Club, Cut Up Theatre Co Shows, Zion Sunday Church Service, Zumba with Lisa, Tai Chi and many more ... Call for full details on hiring our main hall and lavender meeting room.

The Events Centre Main Hall is a large space and has a separate access point making it available during the evening or at weekends.  Making this a great space for children’s parties, weddings, wakes, funeral services and productions.  The room has a fully equipped raised stage area with extension facilities, fully retractable tiered seating for up to 59 people and making the capacity 120 seats for a show, fully air conditioned, stage lighting system, large retractable projector screen and ceiling fixed projector.  We have bar and kitchen for use by hirers.

Our meeting room is suitable for 16 people in a formal meeting style and 20 when set up for training sessions. This also comes with projector and screen.  Tea and coffee packages are available.

The Wesley Centre is also home to a thriving business centre and offers a virtual office package for smaller businesses.

Location: The Wesley Centre

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