Lovelace (ground floor)
Lovelace is an adaptable, boardroom space, suitable for small business meetings, interviews and presentations, accommodating up to 18 guests in a hollow square style layout.

While self-contained and private, Lovelace benefits from adjoining Byron's Bar. When hired together, double doors which link the two rooms can be opened to allow Lovelace to be used as a break-out space or area for food/refreshments.

You can be as creative as you want to with our blank canvas rooms, or choose from a selection of packages to suit all tastes and budgets. Follow these quick links to find out more:

Or if you'd prefer just to book a space for your next event and handle things yourself, see our room only hire prices.

Features include:
  • 18 Guest capacity
  • Wheelchair access (from main entrance)
  • Bright LED lighting
  • Adaptable space
Please call us on 0115 963 9633 or email the John Godber Centre for more information or to arrange the viewing of our rooms.

Did you know? The room takes its name from the world famous female mathematician Ada Lovelace, daughter of poet Lord Byron. Ada is widely regarded as 'the mother of computing', and is buried alongside her father, within St Mary Magdalene Church, next door to the Centre.