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Our historic and spacious site in Oxford offers a variety of venue hire options for conferences, meetings, away-days, workshops and corporate trainings for groups of up to 150 people, you will benefit from:
- Spacious and leafy grounds with country views
- Cutting-edge interactive presentation facilities
- Full catering amenities/services and large cafeteria
- Local Accommodation options
- Proximity to shops, bars and restaurants
- Bus links to Oxford city and London
- On-site parking
- Full disabled access
Smith House is a self-contained building on the Ruskin College grounds. The build has a dedicated conference space that is available all year round for small meetings. A 35-person plenary room is located in the loft, and 4 breakout rooms ranging in size from 4 to 14 people are located on the ground floor.
William Morris Room
The William Morris Room at Ruskin Hall is suitable for meetings, seminars, team-building, training sessions and private screenings up to 22 guests. The room is equipped with a AV screen and has an abundance of natural light, creating a favourable setting for any function.
This room can also be set in a boardroom layout for 14 persons.
The Ruskin Hall Executive boardroom is suitable for meetings, seminars, training sessions and private screenings of up to 14 guests. The room is equipped with a screen and room has an abundance of natural light, tall ceilings and classic features.
There are also multiple classrooms around the College that can be used a breakout spaces or for standalone bookings. All of our spaces come with a AV screen as standard?
A wide range of catering options are offered, from delegate packages to canapés.
Contact a member of our team to assist you with all elements of the catering planning for your event.
Filming and Photography
Ruskin College has an assortment of facilities available for filming, including kitchens, its library, the cafeterias, and all classrooms. The main building, The Rookery, is a Grade 2 listed original from the 1600s, with much of the gardens maintaining a classical character.