HALL HISTORY

The building of the hall commenced in 1909 and was funded by public subscription and gifted land. The construction is of the high standard expected of the day, of generous proportions with large windows and high ceilings affording plenty of light.

FACILITIES


Main Hall

The main hall has many uses. It has a polished wood sprung floor and boasts a main stage suitable for theatre productions and concerts. It has double glazed windows, heating and air conditioning.

The premises are equipped to cater for functions of up to 100 seated dining guests and 150 when the stage is utilised for stage productions or similar.
The floor is marked out for a badminton court and badminton posts are available.
A bowls short mat is available, with woods provided by the players.

Club Room

The Club Room is centrally heated giving a warm ambience to the room during the winter months.
Chairs and tables are also available.
There is a serving hatch between the Club Room and the Large Kitchen.

Kitchens

Facilities in the Large Kitchen include a six burner commercial cooker, a warming oven, a microwave, a fridge, hot water for beverages, crockery, cutlery and washing up.

Facilities in the Small Kitchen include hot and cold drink preparation, a fridge, a microwave and washing up.

Note

The Main Hall and Club Room Hire includes use of the Small Kitchen for making tea, coffee and soft drinks, if available. Full cooking or involved food preparation requires Large Kitchen hire. There is a £1 electric slot meter located in the toilet just inside the building at the south side entrance.

Parking
There is limited parking. A dedicated disabled parking space is available at the front of the hall. The Tennis club area is private and parking by hall users is prohibited, so please do not use that area. There is a public car park situated approximately 40 yards on the right past the Hall.

Electric Meters
Electric sockets, hot water heaters and heating for the main hall are operated via slot meters (£1/£2 coins required), which are located in the cupboard on the left-hand side as you enter the disabled toilet at the rear of the building.

Disabled Facilities
A concrete ramp is located at the side of the hall enabling access to the rear of the premises, namely the Club Room, Kitchens and toilets.
There is also a ramp at the front of the building enabling access into the main hall and toilet.

Toilets
The Ladies and Gents toilets are situated on the first floor of the Foyer.

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