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Training Room Facilities

Family Fostering Partners are pleased to offer a meeting/training room at our main office in Cross Hands for hire.

The room is located on the first floor and can accommodate 12 people when set out in a board room style and 18 people in a training layout.

The room has wireless internet connection, a flat-screen TV for presentations and video conferencing facilities. Our friendly staff are on hand for IT support and to ensure that the room layout meets your needs.

Tea and coffee can be provided free of charge and a flip chart and pens are also included on request. Catering can be provided at an additional cost.

Our office is located on Cross Hands Enterprise Park and is ideally placed for easy access from the M4.

Cost of hire is:

  • £35 for a half day (9am until 12.30 pm)
  • £60 for a full day (9.30am until 4.30pm)

Bookings can be made via e mail to admin@familyfosteringpartners.co.uk.

An invoice will be issued after the event and the terms of payment are 30 days.

Cancellations need to be made in writing, and a 50% charge will be made for any cancellations giving less than one week’s notice.

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