The Council Room has been used for the Society's Council meetings since 1930.
Lined with portraits and fitted with a magnificent 18th century marble chimney place from Lowther Lodge’s original ballroom.
Due to its proximity to the Ondaatje Theatre we are unable to hold dinners or receptions in the Council Room unless they are held in conjunction with an event in the theatre.
Boardroom style - 20
Reception (only held before lectures) - 50
The UK Overseas Territories include vast wilderness areas across three oceans. Mark will explore these, describing transformative approaches to conservation being tested in the British Indian Ocean Territory and elsewhere.
31 October 2016
Originally Lady Wesleydale's bedroom, and later part of the Society's library, the Lowther Room is ideal for small quiet meetings.
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