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The Main Hall is suitable for large events such as dances, concerts or large social occassions. It is approximately 7.15 x 13.9 metres. The maximum capacity varies with layout of the room. In concert format with rows of chairs the working capacity is 125; for Ceilidhs and the Community Cinema the working capacity is about 80.

An audio system including a Loop Induction element is available. See audio notes for further information. The hall houses a piano. Central heating radiators provide heating. The temperature control is near the double doors that lead to the vestibule. It should not be set above the marked maximum and must be returned to the minimum before leaving the Hall.

88 seats are available in the Main Hall, Supper Room and store room (between the gents and ladies toilets). With special arrangements, a further 82 seats can be made available. There are 26 fold-up tables - 68.5cm x 91cm (14), 68.5cm x 182cm (6), 76cm x 182cm (6).

At one end of the hall is a raised stage approximately 6.2 x 3.4 metres. Stage lighting is available, but its usage will require special arrangement. Adjacent to the stage is access to the basement. Other than the Drama Group and maintenance, access is not permitted to this area.


Supper Room The Supper Room is suitable for smaller events or as a bar, when used in conjunction with the Main Hall. It is approximately 5 x 7.2 metres, including a fixed bar roughly 3.1 x 1.4 metres. This houses a wine chiller and over 200 glasses (32 wine, 46 flutes and 148 pint, half pint and tumblers). A gas fire, operated by a remote control, is available in this room should additional heating be required. Instructions are on the shelf above the fire.
A STAS picture hanging system is available for temporary display of artwork.

Library


The Library is accessed by a flight of stairs through the Supper Room. It is suitable for small meetings and measures approximately 4.2 x 5.1 metres. It has a table, 17 chairs and a conventional gas fire.

The Kitchen is accessed either through the Supper Room or through the external kitchen door. It is available for use by anyone booking one or more of the above rooms. It has a large fridge, 2 kettles and 2 water boilers (1 x 10 litre and 1 x 20 litre), a microwave, an electric cooker and a dish washer. A large selection of crockery and some cutlery is available along with teapots, jugs, tea-towels, table cloths and trays. There is an electric heater, which can be turned up as needed. When not in use, the heater should be left powered on, but at its lowest setting which provides frost protection. There are no consumables for general use.


The RBL Room: There is a further room upstairs under the control of the Royal British Legion. This is used by the Art Group and Parish Council meetings, but is not normally available for other bookings.


Toilets: Male, Female and Disabled toilets are available from the vestibule. A further unisex toilet is available on the 1st floor outside the Library. We do not have a nappy disposal service. Used nappies should be removed from the premises and not placed in Hall bins.


After Your Event

The Hall is run as a charity by volunteers. Please respect this and ensure that you leave the rooms as you find them, turning off/down heating as instructed above, returning any furniture to its original location and clearing away any waste material. There are waste and re-cycling bins outside the kitchen. Please remove any excessive amounts of waste from the site.

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Allotments

The Hall has 12 allotments, three directly behind the Hall and nine across from the Ember path. All are currently occupied and there is a waiting list. Allocation is restricted to Warkworth residents only. The charge is currently £15 per year.