THE "MEETING PLACE" at Wymington Chapel

Facilities for day conferences, meetings and retreats for small groups

Meeting Place Wymington Conference Facilities

Wymington Chapel is close to the border between Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, about two miles south of the town of Rushden.  The "Meeting Place" offers accommodation for groups of up to 12 to 15 people for day conference, planning meetings, study days, retreats etc.  We are within easy reach from Bedford, Wellingborough, Northampton and St Neots.  The whole building is accessible by wheelchair.

Click Here or call us on 01933 315 724 to find out more about booking the Meeting Place for your event...

The Meeting Place also organises a program of debates and discussion groups available to the community.
Click Here to find out more, or on ‘Forum’ to see current debates, and ‘Features’ for other articles.

Wymington Chapel was built in 1870, though the fellowship which built it began as a Wesleyan cottage meeting in 1807.  In 2006 the members embarked on a renewal of their premises, which are now available not only to the local congregation but to the wider community.  For information about the congregation which meets here, see the article on the "Forum" section of this website.


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Upcoming Events


"Food, Glorious Food"- Saturday, June 3rd, 10.30 am to 1.00 pm

The Debate planned for Saturday March 3rd, based on the United Nations Report "The Right to Food", and "A People's Food Policy" (published July 2017), with Maria Arce-Moreira, the Co-ordinator of the UK Food Group, was postponed because of bad weather.  It will now take place on Saturday, June 2nd, beginning at 10.30 am with coffee, and ending at 1.00 pm with lunch.  Please phone 01933 315724 if you would like to stay for the lunch.



On the first Thursday morning of the month from 10.00 am to 12 noon. We meet next on June 7th. Click on "Talks and Workshops" for more details, on "Forum" for recent summaries, and on "Features" for the Archive of earlier discussions.