Built as the village school in 1825 it was deeded to the village as a village hall in the 1960?s. It provides the key public facility in the village and is available for hire by villagers or others with the agreement of the Trustees. It is currently used for meetings, classes, public and private social events, film shows, and entertainment etc. It also has a wide range of equipment that is available for hire. The village hall has a large main room with a newly refurbished wooden floor, good heating, a light decor and Bluetooth sound system. There are facilities for up to 80 guests with a well equipped kitchen available for use. Some of the equipment can be hired for use elsewhere for a small charge, as listed below. The hall can also be hired for table tennis with the two tables free to use, on payment of a booking fee. Main hall Fully equipped kitchen catering for 80 people with commercial heated cupboard, range stove, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, two sinks, separate hand wash sink, water boiler, kettles. Complete set of crockery, cutlery, preparation, serving dishes and equipment, jugs, condiments etc. Large array of glassware (beer, water, wine and champagne). Store room Serving counter/bar. Wheelchair access Accessible toilet Baby changing facilities Car park Equipment included with the booking: staging in block or runway format (please advise if required) spot lights 6ft long trestle tables = 13 4ft x 4ft tables = 12 5ft round tables = 5 folding chairs = 78 (comfortable and linkable) sound system with Bluetooth facility. large drop down projector screen Projector (charged extra)
Banqueting capacity: 60
Car parking capacity: 12
Private Functions & Parties
Groups & Social Events
Venue requires third parties (DJs, caterers etc.) to show evidence of holding current Public Liability Insurance (PLI)
Venue requires third parties bringing in electrically operated equipment to show evidence of holding current Portable Appliance Tests (PAT)
There is a sound limiting device fitted to this venue. Usually installed as a licence condition, these devices can have an adverse effect on live or recorded musical entertainers by shutting down electrical power in the event of too much noise, or by forcing the entertainers to play through a controlled PA system. The "cut off" type limiters have been known to be triggered by audience cheers and clapping. This can significantly impact your enjoyment.
Venue has confirmed they do not accept bookings for young adults - e.g. 18th/21st birthday parties
Venue has stated the following limitation(s): Available for use from 9.00am - 11.00pm. No music should be played after this time without prior permission. An alcohol licence is required when selling alcohol.
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What types of event is Harringworth Village Hall suited to?
Harringworth Village Hall is suitable for a wide range of uses as a private hire venue.
What is the capacity of Harringworth Village Hall for a private function?
Our understanding is that Harringworth Village Hall can hold around 60 people for a formal function - probably more for an informal party.
Is there any parking at Harringworth Village Hall?
According to the information provided to us, Harringworth Village Hall has parking for approx. 12 vehicles on site or very close by.
Does Harringworth Village Hall offer catering for private functions?
It is our understanding that there are kitchen facilities at Harringworth Village Hall which are made available to hirers or their appointed external caterers. There may be a charge for using these facilities - check this with the venue.
Is Harringworth Village Hall fully accessible?
The venue (or a representative) have told us that Harringworth Village Hall is only partially accessible to wheelchair users and the infirm. Usually this means that not all areas of the building are accessible, or there may be internal steps requiring assistance or ramps, for example. We would advise taking up any special requirements in this regard with the venue directly.
This listing has been compiled from public domain information, details provided by Harringworth Village Hall or its representatives, and/or feedback from previous users of the venue. It is presented in good faith but is not warranted to be complete or free from errors. It is your responsibility to verify facts prior to making any commitments in respect of the details provided here. E&OE
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Details last updated: Wed, 12 Jan 2022 17:03:57 +0000