About this space
The name of the room is connected to the origins of The British Medical Association, which was founded by Sir Charles Hastings, a doctor from Worcester in 1832. Hastings wanted a ‘friendly and scientific’ forum where doctors could advance and exchange medical knowledge.
The new space, accommodating up to 75 delegates, boasts plenty of natural daylight and views over the venue’s magnificent Courtyard. Delegates will enjoy first class AV facilities including video conferencing and use of four 55” LED screens, known as a video wall.
Alcohol licence until 23:00