The Tibberton Room is located on the first Mezzanine and offers privacy ideal for interviews and smaller meetings of 12 or fewer people. The layout is set as a standard meeting block of tables.
Tibberton Square’s gardens were once for the communal use of the residents. The houses were built by Thomas Wontner in the grounds of his house, after the death of his wife in 1823, who he had met in Tibberton. Greenman Street Baths (Tibberton Baths) was built on the site of Tibberton Square and opened in 1895 as part of the Baths and Wash-Houses Act of 1846.