Regular bookings of the Hall (include contact numbers)
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Costs £6 per hour, minimum 2 hours
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Anslow Village Hall, Main Road, Anslow, DE13 9QE
The Hall was built in 1952 as a joint community effort and celebrated it’s diamond jubilee in 2012. It is owned and run by the Anslow Village Hall Committee, as established by the Trust Deed. They are appointed each year at the AGM and are responsible for the care and upkeep of the Village Hall, for the benefit of the local community. The Trustees are unpaid and meet at least four times each year. It is a registered charity, Charity No. 522599. Hall capacity 100 people.
The Hall measures 42’ x 30’ (9.1m x 12.5m) has a stage (3.3m x 6.1m) with access both sides, a small committee room and a small kitchen with cups, saucers and plates, a refrigerator, oven and microwave. Users need to provide their own cutlery and tea towels.
There are 20 4’ x 2’3” tables, and some smaller tables, 113 chairs and 2 bar stools
The Hall has an A shaped ceiling, rising from 8’ 8” (2.7m) to 12’ 10”(3.9m) across the middle 10’ (3m).
Maximum ceiling height from the stage is 9’ 9” (3m)
There is ample parking space and disabled access and facilities.
Bar facilities are not provided, however a bar service can often be supplied by local licensees.
As well as regular activities, the Hall is an ideal venue for childrens parties, meetings, wedding receptions and other celebrations.
It also forms an excellent venue for small business meetings.
Hard standing at the back of the Hall allows for outside catering such as a Hog Roast or BBQ.
It is also possible to fit a medium sized marque (22 feet deep) on the hard standing at the rear of the hall, making it an ideal location to hold wedding receptions.
We should like to express our sincere thanks to Councillor Bob Fraser, Councillor Simon Gaskin and Councillor Duncan Goodfellow for funding the village hall £500 each towards cavity wall insulation.
We should also like to acknowledge a grant of £1,000 from Western Power Distribution Community Chest which has helped fund the installation of uVPC doors to the kitchen and one of the main double door exits.
These energy efficient measures will hopefully make the hall more comfortable for users and reduce our carbon footprint.