In the heart of the city, Sheffield Cathedral offers a unique heritage venue for business meetings and corporate and private hospitality in one of the city's great architectural and historical landmarks. There has been a church on the Cathedral site for 1000 years, and the Cathedral building shows evidence of its long history serving the community in Sheffield, as well as its present role as a place of worship and music, learning and hospitality, a place for all people.
The Hospitality Team are conscientious and friendly, and pay special attention to the finer details to ensure that your event runs as smoothly as possible and that the delegates have everything they need and are there to assist you wherever possible.
The Conference Centre combines the peace and splendor of Sheffield’s only medieval building with the comfort and convenience of 21st century facilities. Since opening in 2007, the state of the art £5million meeting complex adjoining the Cathedral has gone from strength to strength with a number of blue chip and public sector clients using the Centre to host events and meetings.
There are seven rooms in the Centre, with additional spaces available to hire which are all suitable for a range of layouts. Supporting equipment is also available for all rooms, including (some for an additional charge) digital projectors and screens, Wi-Fi, laptop and flip charts.
A key part of the complexes appeal to event organisers has been the knowledge that by using the Centre their organisation has also been providing support for the Cathedral Archer Project, a charity that not only provides support for the homeless and most needy of Sheffield, through the serving of food and training, but through their talented catering team provide a range of mouth watering buffets and meal options for conference delegates. Brand new for 2010 are revised menus offering choices from the contemporary to the more traditional, specially tailored to suit your individual event. Every booking received for the Conference Centre helps contribute towards sustaining the Archer Project.