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Chute House for Diversity, Learning and Development

Basingstoke Multicultural Forum (BMF), a charitable organisation and community ‘umbrella’ has acquired the management of Chute House for community and commercial benefit. We aim to provide a much needed hot-desking, meeting and training space for the community along with creating a platform for diversity, community development and learning. The BMF believes this will assist in creating a cohesive, engaged and prosperous future for the wider borough as a whole.

History of Chute House

The Georgian rectory, which stands in the north eastern corner of the gardens dates from 1773 but has been altered and extended since. It is named Chute House after the Rev. Anthony Chute, vicar of St. Michael’s church from 1938 to 1947. The gardens and the rectory were bought by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council in the early 1970s.

Conferences, meetings and events

The facilities at this historic building with its town centre location are ideal for offices, annual conferences, training seminars, regular network meetings, regional and monthly meetings as well as small informal meetings. With rooms overlooking the conservation grounds of Glebe Gardens, a fresh air stroll during comfort breaks could be inspiring!

Hospitality

Our services include most things that you are likely to need for a comfortable and productive meeting: catering and beverages throughout the day, choice of seating configurations and a range of AV equipment with a technician made available (at an additional cost). We are also able to work with you to facilitate away days for your organisation.

Facilities available:

• welcoming reception area

• car parking space for facilitator

• free Wi-Fi connectivity

• board room setting for 12 guests

• conference room setting for 60

• two training/meeting rooms seating 12

• huddle room for 4 guests

• IT suite for 18 users

• projector, whiteboard, flip chart

• hospitality and refreshments

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Supporting your CSR

Establish your offices and host your meetings and conferences at the not-forprofit centre, and you can be assured that your money will go towards supporting the development of communities which will ensure a thriving town and a better place in which to live and work.
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Serviced Offices

Offices provided by BMF are made available to organisations that we think are delivering social change and compliment our aims and objectives. Please contact us for full details.
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Location

Located in the heart of Basingstoke, the Mosaic Centre is easily accessible by road and a short walk over the footbridge from the rail station. If travelling by road, we are a five minute drive from Junction 6 of the M3 motorway at Basingstoke:

• At junction 6, exit toward A33/A339/Basingstoke/Newbury/Alton/Reading

• At the roundabout take the 1st exit (0.3miles)

• At the next roundabout take 2nd exit onto Ringway E/A339 (0.3miles)

• Exit onto Churchill Way /A3010 towards Town Centre (0.9miles)

• Go through one roundabout, 2nd exit (282ft)

• Turn left onto Church Street and we are immediately on your right

Parking

Chute House car park has limited parking. On the main road outside Chute House there are numerous spaces allocated to blue badge holders. There is also a public pay and display car park adjacent to Glebe Gardens for 90 cars.
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