Conference Venues

Hollingwood Hub

Hollingwood Hub

The Hollingwood Hub is a non-residential conference venue in Chesterfield

The David Trickett Meeting Room at the Hollingwood Hub is named after David Trickett, the much loved and respected Vice Chair of the Trust who died in November 2010.  The whole of one wall is glass, looking out over the lock.  There are tables and benches outside on the verandah, on the patio and in the garden.  The room comfortably holds 60 seated in rows or 30 around tables.

  • Community Rate (e.g. schools, societies) £15 per hour
  • Social Rate (e.g. private parties) £20 per hour
  • Commercial Rate (e.g. company events) £40 per hour

Catering can be arranged through Katey’s Coffee Shop.

To hire the 12-seater tripboat, Madeline, costs £50 per hour. For larger groups, it is possible to hire John Varley, also 12 seats, as well for periods of two hours or more.

Please note, we can arrange Humanist Ceremonies, e.g. Weddings, Namings and Funerals, in conjunction with Richard Aldridge, a Humanist Minister.

Hollingwood Hub is the home of the Chesterfield Canal Trust and the Chesterfield Canal Partnership. It has four parts:

1. The offices of the Trust and the Partnership are in the old Hollingwood Lock House.

2. Katey’s Coffee Shop.

3. The David Trickett Meeting Room.

4. The garden, canal, lock and car park which holds over 60 cars.

Room Theatre Style Board Room Exhibition Space (Square Metres) Natural light WIFI Other details
David Trickett 60 30 54 Y Y

For further information contact:

Hollingwood Hub,

22 Works Road,

Hollingwood, Chesterfield

S43 2PF

Tel: 01246 477569



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