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Duncan Elwin Lonsdale Murch

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Duncan

A well proportioned meeting room with good natural daylight facing west at the rear of the building. Blinds to all windows. Ideal for presentations or larger boardroom style meetings. Fluorescent lighting, access via two staircases and a dda compliant lift. The Duncan interconnects with the Elwin and Lonsdale rooms, and has an alcove kitchenette, making it ideal for events needing break-out rooms and/or refreshments. Size : 11.6m x 5.7m

To find out if you are eligible for a lower rate please contact the BRLSI office to discuss on 01225 312084The prices per slot can start at £82.93 for Local Culture and Social SocietiesAll prices are exclusive of VAT.

Standard Charge per slot:
£165.85

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Elwin

This is an elegant room, with good natural light from its large Georgian windows. The room also features four 18th Century ceiling painting by Andrea Casali. A large screen at one end, a loop for the hard of hearing make it ideal for film, lectures and presentations. The Elwin interconnects with other rooms for groups needing break-out rooms or a room for refreshments. Size : 14.6m x 7.3m 

To find out if you are eligible for a lower rate please contact the BRLSI office to discuss on 01225 312084The prices per slot can start at £107.00 for Local Culture and Social SocietiesAll prices are exclusive of VAT.

Standard Charge per slot:
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Lonsdale

The famous 'dinosaur room' (it features a wall-mounted cast of a Plesiosaur), now newly refurbished for boardroom-style events with a large table and a selection of items from the BRLSI collections, giving fascinating insights into the history and culture of Bath. With superb views over Queen Square and independent access via our No. 18 entrance, the Lonsdale Room is ideal for private meetings as well as small-to-medium scale receptions and award ceremonies. Size : 7.3m x 7.3m

To find out if you are eligible for a lower rate please contact the BRLSI office to discuss on 01225 312084The prices per slot can start at £61.53 for Local Culture and Social SocietiesAll prices are exclusive of VAT.

Standard Charge per slot:
£123.05

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Murch

Our smallest room, though still comfortable for 15 people and with good natural light from its west-facing window at the rear of the building. Suitable for smaller meetings and informal gatherings, and ideal as an ante-room to the Elwin, with which it interconnects at the speaker's end. Direct Access to staircase. Size : 4.3m x 5.6m

To find out if you are eligible for a lower rate please contact the BRLSI office to discuss on 01225 312084The prices per slot can start at £50.83 for Local Culture and Social SocietiesAll prices are exclusive of VAT.

Standard Charge per slot:
£101.65

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Did you know...

Stuffed

There are 1500 stuffed birds missing from our collections. 80 are left. They probably all rotted, insufficient mercury and arsenic compounds being used to preserve them. The remainders are probably quite toxic!

Curatorial Curiosities

Wax impression from the mediaeval seal of Glastonbury Abbey

Founded in the 7th Century, Glastonbury Abbey became one of the wealthiest and most powerful in the land by the mid-late mediaeval period. An “Engraving of a seal of the Abbey of Glaston” in the British Museum’s collection, identical to this wax impression, is dated 1536. This seal may have been in use for much longer.