Army West Ham

West Ham

Army West Ham

Army West Ham, West Ham

Large hall, bar, meeting’conference rooms, professional kitchen, parking. Large warehouse style hall with apex ceiling and lots of light. The property’s exteriors have a large hard-standing area, the building dates from the early 20th century, c. 1920s’1930s deco style. Located in West Ham

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