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The Pump Rooms

The Pump Rooms

Tucked away at the end of Teme Street, (just behind the Crow Hotel and adjacent to the car park by the Burgage), the Pump Rooms is a distinctive and unusual part of the history of Tenbury Wells.  Built in 1862 to promote the town as a spa for the working classes, the building is now Grade II* Listed and totally unique. 

Tenbury Town Council own and manage the Pump Rooms.  The Town Clerk’s office is located at the Pump Rooms and Council Meetings are held in the main Assembly Room.

The Pump Rooms is also available for hire and is a registered venue for civil ceremonies.

Hire Rates April 1st 2017  to 31st March 2018

Hourly Rate

£10.00
Weddings Click here for Weddings information

* 10% discount on group bookings of 4 or more sessions.

** Local Community Charges and non-profit organisations receive the 1st hour free, followed by the full hourly rate.

Weddings at the Pump Rooms

Meetings at the Pump Rooms