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Unfortunately those who have previously arranged the Village Cinema are unable to do so this season.
If you would like to see the Village Cinema continue and you have any ideas for achieving this — and particularly if you would be prepared to volunteer and help with its running — please contact the Chairman of the Trustees.
For further information about the Cinema, see here.
With many of the 'older stalwarts' having resigned over recent years, we have an urgent need for more volunteers to help with the day-to-day running and maintenance of the Hall. More details are given here.
Without more volunteers, we may have to use some paid labour, which could have a serious adverse effect on hall hire costs. So, if you could find a little time to help maintain this community facility for the benefit of the whole village, or would like further information, please see here.
Slinfold Village Hall has been situated at the heart of this quintessential English village for 130 years – but the trustees have ensured that it continues to meet the requirements and expectations of modern users. The hall underwent a thorough refurbishment and extension, completed in 2001; the main hall was further enlarged in 2004; and additional improvements to the facilities continue to be pursued by the Trustees.
The Main Hall accommodates up to 100, and is complemented by a modern, well-equipped Kitchen. On the first-floor of the modern extension is the Parish Room, which accommodates up to 50 in a ‘cosier’ committee-style room with its own kitchenette.
Both rooms are available for hire, separately or together, for private, community or commercial events. Slinfold residents and groups are entitled to preferential hiring rates (see under Tariffs).
Being immediately adjacent to the church (although run completely independently from the church), the hall is conveniently placed for receptions following christenings, weddings and funerals at the church. It is popular for children’s parties, and for adults’ celebrations with dining and/or dancing. There are occasional community and arts events, jumble sales, and other charity and commercial events. It is well used by local clubs and societies.
The building has:
The toilets are situated off the main entrance hall, and thus are available to all, even when different groups are hiring the Main Hall and Parish Room.
Storage facilities are available for the use of regular hirers.
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