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Nether Wallop Parish Council - village hall

Hall Bookings

1. Please read the attached Terms & Conditions document before making a booking.

2. The new online booking form, below in Word or PDF, can be downloaded and completed. Alternatively please contact the NWPC Hall Bookings Manager for a copy.

3. Please check the calendar for availability. To check availability select the Members page and use password 12Nether2016.

Use of the Hall

The premises are licensed by Test Valley Borough Council for indoor sporting events, live music, recorded music, dancing and the provision of entertainment events. These activities are licensed to take place between 10.00 am and midnight each day. A copy of the full licence is displayed in the foyer of the Hall.

The Hall is not licensed for the sale of alcohol.

The Hall can also be used by individuals, community groups, clubs, businesses and schools for meetings, presentations, conferences, private parties, children’s parties and outreach services. The hall may also be hired by parishioners of neighbouring parishes with the agreement of the Management Committee. The Hall cannot be hired by persons under the age of 21.

The number of people permitted on the premises at any one time is not to exceed in the hall licence:

Dances: 100 persons.

Closely seated: 90 persons.

Facilities included: Use of the kitchen and stores, heating and lighting, chairs and tables. Sound and screen facilities on request.

Charges for Hiring the Hall

Please see the Hire Charges listed in the Terms & Conditions. Residents of the parish of Nether Wallop qualify for lower charges than residents of other parishes and villages.

How to Book the Hall

To check availability select the Members page as above. Or telephone/email the Hall Bookings Manager to see if the hall is available on the date that you want. Read the Terms and Conditions of Hire, then submit (email or post) a completed booking form together with the appropriate fee to the Hall Bookings Clerk.

The Management Committee oversees the booking arrangements and has the right to refuse bookings where it is thought to be necessary.