Events in Vicars’ Hall

Events in Vicars’ Hall


Events in Vicars’ Hall

An exceptional and magnificent medieval venue – this room can be used for a variety of receptions.

Medieval Vicars’ Hall is accessed up some wonderful stone steps.  This historic room overlooks Vicars’ Close – a unique and very beautiful 14th Century street.  Situated by the Chain Gate and through an arch to the east of Wells Cathedral, the majority of houses in Vicars’ Close are occupied by employees of the Cathedral including the Vicars’ Choral (the men of the choir) and who have been singing the services in the Cathedral since the early Middle Ages.

Lunch Group Bookings available for minimum numbers of 40. Private Evening Functions/Dinners, Wedding receptions, Corporate Hospitality etc are available by arrangement.

Sample menus

Everything we do is founded upon wonderful core values of offering homemade quality and choice, using fresh produce sourced from local Somerset suppliers who share our values.

We provide an excellent range of function menus and can help in planning your special events here at the Cathedral or at a venue of your choice.  A range of our sample menus are listed below:

 

We can also provide you with an excellent range of wedding reception menus here at the Cathedral. For more information, please get in touch.

Capacities

Classroom 60
Boardroom 40
 U Shape 60
 Standing Reception 100
 Cabaret 60

 

Contact

Our experienced team is here to assist you in making your event go smoothly. Please call us to discuss your specific requirements and to receive our Event packages on 01749 676543 or email janet.harvey@wellscathedral.uk.net.

All profits go to supporting the work of the Cathedral.
Listen to our Music

As a consequence of the national lockdown all public worship, tours, concerts, and other events are suspended in Wells Cathedral until Wednesday 2nd December 2020 inclusive. The Café and Shop are closed, but the Cathedral remains open for individual prayer, lighting of candles and quiet reflection. All are welcome.