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HULLAND WARD & DISTRICT MILLENNIUM VILLAGE HALL

B O O K    T H E   H A L L

FACILITIES

ACCESS

Wheelchair access to Main Hall, Committee Room and Stage.

MAIN HALL

Overall floor size - 14.7m x 8.8m

STAGE

Overall floor size - 5.85m x 3m
excluding lower two-level extension. Fittings for stage lighting.
Lighting available for hire.
Latest Vision and Sound System available including Projctor and
12ft Giant Screen with iPhone
and Lap Top connectivity.
Broadband also available -
ask for WEP key.


BAR

Bar mounted pumps plus coolers
and beer storeroom. Storage for
bottles and glasses. Wine glasses (approx. 200). Sink and glass washer.


COMMITTEE ROOM

Overall floor size - 5m x 3.4m.
Maximum room for twelve persons.
Ideal for meetings and
small group activities.


MAIN LOBBY

Offers additional display space.

KITCHEN

Fully-equipped with ample work
surfaces and shelves, double stainless steel sink and draining boards,
cooker with rings, fridge,
microwave and shelves.

Please note: Dish cloths, tea towels, oven gloves and table linen
are not provided.


KITCHEN STORE ROOM

Contains crockery, cutlery and
other necessary utensils.


TOILETS

Located off the Main Lobby. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Disabled facilities.
Baby changing unit in the Ladies. Unisex/Disabled Toilet located next
to the Committee Room.



MAKE A BOOKING
 
BOOKING CONTACT:
Wendy Whitbread on 01335 370257
Initial enquiries can be emailed to:
wendywhitbread@tiscali.co.uk
 
WHEN BOOKING:
If appropriate, have an alternative date
  and/or time ready.
Have the appropriate information to hand
  such as .....
     • maximum number of people,
     • duration of event,
     • time required to set up & close down.
Do you require external services such as
   Caterers and a Bar?
 
SEE BELOW FOR MAPS SHOWING ....
Plan of The Hall

Location of the Hall


Directions to the Hall



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DIGITAL FACILITIES
If you rent the Village Hall...
you can show FILMS on DVDs through the
state-of-the-art projector onto an 11ft giant screen;
you can play all the MUSIC you want directly
from your Ipod, Iphone, Laptop or through the CD player.
 
CAR PARKING
There is ample on-site parking
for thirty-six vehicles.
There are three disabled spaces.
If necessary, vehicles can be parked
on the Hall side of Dog Lane.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Terms and Conditions of Hire will be
made available upon application.


LICENCES

ENTERTAINMENT

License covers 200 people.

ALCOHOL

Licensed for on-premises alcohol sales.

SUGGESTED
EXTERNAL
SERVICES


BAR

THE NAG'S HEAD PUBLIC HOUSE
Main Road, Hulland Ward
Tel: 01335-370672


CATERING

UPPER CRUST CATERERS
For all occasions:
Weddings, Coming of Age, Christenings, Children's Parties, Conferences, Funerals, etc.
For more information call HELEN
Office: 01335 330476
Home: 01335 330716
Mobile: 07974 644838




CHILDREN'S PARTY
ENTERTAINERS


"DIZZY THE WIZARD"
Tel: 07801 535687
Website: www.biglittletheatre.co.uk


PROMOTING YOUR EVENT

Derby Evening Telegraph
Northcliffe House,
Meadow Road, Derby
Tel: 01332-291177


Radio Derby's
Entertainment Guide
Tel: 01332-361111
Diary






PLAN OF THE HALL



Plan of the Hall

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LOCATION OF THE HALL


by landmarks and road names

Location


as it appears on a map


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DIRECTIONS TO THE HALL
from Ashbourne (west), Belper (east) and Derby (south-east)



TO THE VILLAGE HALL
FROM ASHBOURNE


Take the Eastbound "A517" signposted Hulland Ward, Belper.

The approach to Hulland Ward is via a hill.

One section of the road is lined with tall trees which provide a 'tunnel' effect.

Emerging from this 'tunnel', you will see the Victorian 'Old Rectory' on the left and then, across a field, the Church.

Indicate to turn left and begin to slow.
As the road climbs and curves to the right, the brick-built Village Hall is on the left. There is a sign posted 'Village Hall'.

At the T-junction, it is a sharp turn onto Dog Lane, and needs careful negotiation - especially if traffic is coming up the Lane to the junction.

The Village Hall entrance is a few yards down on the left.


TO THE VILLAGE HALL FROM DERBY


Follow all signs for Derby University, Kedleston Hall, and Allestree to join the 'Kedleston Road', a long road running from Five Lamps (A6), out of Derby, through Allestree, turning left (before Quarndon village), passing the former Kedleston Hotel, the Golf Club and Kedleston Hall (National Trust).

Once past Kedleston Hall, continue through the small village of
Weston Underwood, up a steep hill, and drive by the (now closed)
ancient 'The Cock Inn'. The road winds its way through open
countryside dipping and rising.

After a stretch of high ground with a long parking area on the right,
you will approach a forked junction. Slow down, take the left turn
downwards. Continue down, through a crossroads, over a bridge
and up a long, climb. This approach to Hulland Ward takes you past
'The Black Horse Inn' (on your right) to an uneven crossroads.
You must stop here. Turn left onto the main road running through
Hulland Ward. A neon sign will light up if you are exceeding 30mph,
the village's speed limit.

After the village, the road climbs and several new houses will
appear on the right, signed 'Biggin View'. Indicate to turn right,
begin to slow. The brick-built Village Hall begins to rise up ahead,
on the right. There is a sign post 'Village Hall' at the T-junction.
It is a 'rounded' right turn onto Dog Lane, and needs careful
negotiation - especially if traffic is coming up the Lane to the
junction. The Village Hall entrance is a few yards down on the left.


TO THE VILLAGE HALL
FROM BELPER


Take the Westbound "A517" sign-posted Hulland Ward, Ashbourne.

Approach Hulland Ward on a fairly straight road through rolling country.
Pass 'The Black Horse Inn' on the left. A neon sign will light up if you are exceeding 30mph, the speed
limit through the village.

After the village, the road climbs and several new houses will appear on the right, signed 'Biggin View'.

Indicate to turn right, begin to slow.
The brick-built Village Hall begins to rise up ahead, on the right.

There is a sign post 'Village Hall' at the T-junction. It is a 'rounded' right
turn onto Dog Lane, and needs careful negotiation - especially if traffic is coming up the Lane to the junction.

The Village Hall entrance is a few yards down on the left.

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