Stretford Public Hall is a 19th century hidden gem right in the heart of Stretford. Boasting an oak dance floor and original moulding, our recently renovated ballroom provides an impressive setting for your conference. The Rylands room can be found on the same level and is an excellent option for a breakout room, exhibition space or staff room.
On the ground floor, two additional break out spaces can be found, which are accessed through the Foyer. With the Foyer’s original Victorian tiling- it is the perfect space to welcome your guests for registration before sending them off for their day of activities.
Our staff is on hand to make sure your day runs smoothly- we can recommend caterers we’ve worked with before and can set up refreshments to keep your guests happy all day long. We can recommend a suitable audio visual package for your needs and we will work alongside any additional vendors you need for your day.
The hall is owned by the local community and run on co-operative principles. Built by the philanthropist John Rylands in 1878 as a gift to the local community, Stretford Public Hall has been an important civic building ever since.