South Muskham & Little Carlton Village Hall, Main Street, South Muskham, NG23 6EE, Nottinghamshire, England
This is a well equipped, fully inclusive village hall, available for hire as a venue for social, educational and training events, with ample free parking plus a large lawn.
It was modernised and updated in 2014 to provide a new extension housing a large kitchen with a new cooker, fully accessible toilets and ramped access with push button entry control.
There is a smaller hall which can be hired separately or in addition to the main hall by opening a folding partition. This room also has its own kitchen.
There are enough tables for any occasion together with matching white crockery, cutlery and glasses.
The old chairs have been replaced with a full set of 100 banqueting chairs, making it an ideal location for wedding and birthday celebrations. The original wooden floor is perfect for dancing.
Acoustic panels have been installed to eliminate the traditional echo associated with village halls, and an induction hearing loop for the benefit of those with impaired hearing. There is a sound system with 2 portable microphones which can be hired separately for a small charge if required.
This venue is suitable for the following occasions.
Availability: Available for hire every day and evening, including weekends and public holidays.
Hire Costs: Large Hall £7 per hour for villagers £9 for non villagers Small Hall £5 per hour for villagers £6 for non villagers All the above rates to be increased by £1 per hour from 01/01/18
There have been 1 review of South Muskham & Little Carlton Village Hall.
Excellent hall, modern with good facilities. Very handy having the annex, which is you can seperate off with a partition door, if you want to lay out food etc. The is the main hall kitchen and a seperate smaller one in the annex. My walking group have hired it for our Christmas Social for the past 7 years.
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This listing was last updated: 08/11/2017
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