Glasgow Quaker Meeting House Letting Application COP26
This form is for groups who would like to use space in Glasgow Quaker Meeting House during COP26 (30th October - 12th November 2021). Letting applications outside of this period should email the wardens on

As part of our testimony to sustainability, we want to share the resource of our space with like-minded groups campaigning in Glasgow at the COP26. We offer our space at minimal cost, through the support of volunteers. Official Quaker groups will not be charged for the use of rooms. Charitable organisations and commercial organisations are charged at different rates.

As a venue, Glasgow Meeting House offers welcoming, helpful staff; a friendly, relaxed atmosphere; a central location; attractive rooms with tea and coffee making facilities; level access at the back door, an accessible toilet and a lift to all floors.
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The Meeting Room
The Meeting Room
The Meeting Room, on the first floor comfortably seats up to 30 people within the current government restrictions. It is well lit with large windows at both ends of the room. There is a hearing loop installed in the room. A small kitchen (only suitable for teas and coffees) is on the same level, with a hatch into the Meeting Room

AV facilities are available for 'blended' meetings, partially online.

The charge for a 2-hour session in the Meeting Room is £40 for charitable groups and £60 for commercial organisations
The Rainbow Room
The Rainbow Room
The Rainbow Room is on the lowest floor and has capacity for up to 15. It offers flexible space for a range of activities.

The charge for a two-hour session in the Rainbow Room is £30 for charitable organisations and £45 for commercial organisations.
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