Facilities

Great Hall

One of the main features of the College buildings is the Great Hall.  Impressive and atmospheric with vaulted wooden ceilings it is often used for prestigious dinners and award ceremonies as well as being the heart of the College for many major school events. The Great Hall is able to accommodate up to 380 guests for award ceremonies and approximately 130 guests for dinner events.

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De Quetteville Library 

Situated adjacent to the Great Hall, the De Quetteville Library is an extremely handsome room fitted with bookshelves and carved panels of Austrian oak designed by S K Greenslade. This area is often used as a more intimate venue for canapé receptions or pre dinner drinks.

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Howard Hall

The Howard Hall was presented to the College by Mr and Mrs T B Davis in memory of their son in 1935. The building houses the Howard Davis Theatre, a working theatre space with banked seating is ideal for theatre or lecture use.  The theatre can accommodate an audience of 130.

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Victoria College Bistro

The Bistro is a flexible space which can seat up to 230 guests.  It is an ideal venue for informal events, or as a recreational space. Jersey Pottery is Victoria College's catering partner and they run the kitchen facilities on site.  You may wish to approach them in the first instance should you require catering for your event. 

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Teaching Spaces

Victoria College has various classroom facilities including music facilities and IT suites which can be hired when the College is not in session. 

College Field & Heathfield

The sports fields are available to hire when the College is not in session.  Should any preparation of the facilities be required, the time of the groundsman will be charged as an additional cost.

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Parking

There is ample parking on site, both within the main grounds and at Langford.  Please note that the gates to the main site are locked at night and at weekends.

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