Diseworth Heritage Centre


The Main hall houses a small museum of artefacts, documents, pictures and memorabilia.

Exhibitions take place throughout the year reflecting life in Diseworth and Long Whatton.

The building is suitable for all with disabled access throughout.

Main Hall

The main meeting area houses enough space for large board meetings or conferences of 20 people or seating can be arranged in a theatre style for up to 48 people.

There is also a large TV and projection screen which can be used with a laptop.

IT Equipment

We have 9 Chromebooks to help provide a facility for both research and training, with broadband access. We also have WiFi access throughout the building for guests and users of the facilities.

Coffee Bar

There's a meeting room adjacent to the kitchen which may be used in conjunction with the main hall or for more informal gatherings.

Sanctuary Garden

Outside the building is the Sanctuary Garden and churchyard, a place for rest and reflection. Bordered on one side by the Diseworth brook, with seating on benches, this is an ideal place for outdoor relaxation.

Kitchen and Facilities

There is a kitchen for use with microwave, kettle, fridge and dishwasher. Catering can be arranged if required.

We also provide a couple of toilets located just off the reception, one of which has disabled access and facilities.

"... easily accessible, friendly supportive people, great facilities."

- Karen Notman (Leics County Council)

"Excellent venue, we've done some great work here! Thank you!"

- Peter Barclay (Midlands Highway Alliance)

"What a wonderful place, people & location, both perfect - inspirational!"

- Jenny Newman (Notts Healthcare Trust)

"Out of this world"

- Wayne Scrimshaw