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The architect Henry Cheers designed the Harris Building which originally accommodated the Harris Institute in 1882. The Building has a number of period features and is an ideal venue for organisers who require a meeting or training venue conveniently located in the Preston City Centre. Meeting rooms have natural daylight and the building offers a range of flexible rooms that can be used in a variety of layouts ways, such as classroom, boardroom, U-shape or theatre style. All of these rooms are suitable for training, small meetings or as syndicate rooms. The theatre has excellent acoustics making it a popular choice for conferences, AGMs and award ceremonies. There is a flat-floored area at the front of the theatre with presentation lectern. Specialist Rooms include an IT computer suite and the Moot Court Room. This purpose built court room enables people to participate in simulated court proceedings and mock trials.
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Last Updated: 9th August, 2017