Dickens Room

The Dickens Room is a small meeting room located on the lower ground floor. Best suited to small meetings, training days and video conferencing, the Dickens Room can accommodate up to 40 people. The room is equipped with a high definition projection screen and built in microphones which produces excellent quality when used for video conferences. The room also provides an ideal break out space for larger Conferences.

The Dickens Room is adorned with plaques of BMA Award Winners whose names have been inscribed by hand. The Dickens Room is named after the famous author, Charles Dickens, who lived on the site of BMA House from 1851-1860.

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