The Langley Centre is a purpose-built training facility owned by North Bristol Advice Centre. Located just behind our main office on Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze, the venue is fully accessible and can hold up to 30 people.

Training in the Langley Centre

Hire the Langley Centre

If you are looking for a premier training, lecture, or conference venue in North Bristol, the Langley Centre can be hired on a full/half day or evening basis at very competitive rates. Community and Voluntary groups will receive an additional discount.

Use of our data projector, flip charts, and wireless internet is included in the hire charge along with tea and coffee making facilities.

The Centre is fully accessible, with on and off street parking, accessible kitchen, toilet, and shower. The main hall opens up onto the shaded Langley garden/picnic area to which all clients have access.

Charity rate  Non-charity rate
Half day£50£70
Full day           £85£120

How to Book

If you wish to make an enquiry, please complete this online form. Alternatively, you can call us on 0117 951 5751 or email

Cancellation Policy

A charge of 50% of the hire cost may be incurred if you cancel your booking within 2 weeks of your event.

Damage or Theft Policy

The hirer is responsible for any equipment used during the hire period. We reserve the right to hold the hirer responsible for the cost of repair or replacement of such equipment, including the cost of repair of any damage to the premises during the hire period.

We look forward to welcoming you.

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