Hamsterley Village Hall

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The Village

Hamsterley is pleasantly situated on the brow of a hill seven miles from Bishop Auckland. The village has a rural aspect and is close to the impressive Hamsterley Forest with its 4 mile forest drive, orienteering course and forest and riverside walks.

 

The Hall

The village hall was originally built as a school in 1822 and was converted to a village hall in 1967. The size and layout of the Hamsterley Village Hall make it an ideal choice for private and business functions. The hall is available for hire for: • Meetings/Seminars • Corporate Events • Small Conferences • Stage Productions and Concerts • Training • Rehearsals • Parties • Functions • Sports Classes • Fairs and Sales • Social Events • Dances Regular activities ongoing in the hall include a Parent and Toddler group, two art classes, bridge, indoor bowls and a range of physical activities.

Features

Heating: Available throughout the hall

Maximum Capacity: Licensed for 150 throughout. 40 people in small hall, 120 in large hall.

Facilities: This pleasant hall has a stage, some kitchen facilities including a cooker and toilet facilities accessible to all.

Equipment: The hall has adequate chairs and tables and there is ample crockery and cutlery available. There is also film equipment including a screen, DVD/Blu-Ray player, blackout blinds and a laptop available for Powerpoint presentations.

Parking: No designated car park but roadside parking is available.

Access: Ramped entrance with handrails. New doors allow access to all.

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Hamsterley Village Hall
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL13 3QF

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