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Traditional Conference Rooms

A range of traditional conference rooms are available during vacations. All meeting rooms at Clare College are equipped with modern audio-visual technology and Wi-Fi. Latimer room at Clare College Conferencing in Cambridge

Latimer Room

Latimer room at Clare Conferencing

Maximum capacity: 90

A large, bright conference room in the Old Court with views over Old Court and King’s College lawns.

This rooms is ideal for receptions and civil ceremonies with its traditional features and warm décor.

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Godwin Room

Godwin room at Clare Conferencing in Cambridge

Maximum capacity: 12

This traditional, panelled conference room is perfect for private meetings, break out groups or for use as an office.

A circular table seats up to 12 people.


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Bennett Room

The Bennet Room at Clare College Conferencing in Cambridge

Maximum capacity: 60

Overlooking Ashby Court and the University Library, the Bennett Room provides a flexible space with tiered seating around the edges of this square room.

Ideal for boardroom meetings, workshops and presentations.

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Neild Room

The Nield Room in Clare College, Cambridge

Maximum capacity: 60

This traditional conference room has a scholarly feel to it, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling shelves filled with books.

This daylight filled, flexible meeting room can be equipped with all the standard AV equipment.

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Traditional Meeting Rooms in Cambridge

These conference rooms are available during vacations and provide more traditional College rooms for meetings, teaching and presentations.

Classic Rooms with Modern Technology

All traditional meeting rooms can be equipped with modern AV services and our dedicated support team will be on-call to assist you throughout your day.

“From an organiser’s point of view, [I had] peace of mind that all would go smoothly and any additional last minute requests would be promptly and professionally dealt with.” Andrea Kells, School of Biological Science, September 2013

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