St Thomas Centre Ltd
13th May 2016
St Thomas Centre is a renovated Grade 2 listed Georgian church - the second oldest church in Manchester. It is located on what is affectionately dubbed ‘voluntary sector row’ in the Ardwick area of Manchester, due to the number of voluntary sector organisations based on the same street.
We offer a range of meeting rooms and layouts to suit a wide variety and size of events.
Our main hall is the central hub of the building, and can host up to 140 people. It blends stunning original features of the old church with the modern technology required by today’s conference organisers.
Five seperate breakout/meeting rooms all benefit from natural light flooding in from the original church windows, spaces that you can inspire and reflect in.
Lunch and refreshment breaks can also be provided.
All profits from St Thomas Centre Ltd go back into the parent charity (GMCVO) to assist with other projects that support voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in providing much needed services to residents and communities in the Greater Manchester city region.
Members, charities and VCSE can benefit from reduced rates when booking meeting rooms.
St Thomas Centre use a local social enterprise for their catering supplies and purchase from within the Greater Manchester area wherever possible.