CONDITIONS OF USE
As with all venues, we have some rules and conditions upon hire to ensure that the venue and surroundings are maintained and respected so that it can be enjoyed by all who use it and live around it.
The hall must be left clean and tidy including the loos. Cleaning products can be found in the kitchen and the mop in the storeroom, tea towels and cloths are not supplied by the hall. A cleaning checklist can be found in the kitchen. If the oven has been used then please ensure it is left clean.
Instructions for the dishwasher are in the kitchen.
The extra cleaning charge will cover the washing of the floor only.
If you are interested in employing the services of a cleaning team to give the hall a full clean then please see page
All cars should be parked in the adjacent car park. If necessary cars can be parked on the verge off the lane but it is imperative that access is left for Emergency and large farm vehicles. Please discuss any parking requirements with the Booking Clerk should you have any concerns.
DO NOT USE SELLOTAPE OR ANY OTHER TAPE OR VELCRO OF ANY KIND TO THE WALLS.
Nothing is to be attached to the painted walls. If you wish to put up decorations then please discuss your requirements with the Booking Clerk.
TABLES AND CHAIRS:
There is a trolley provided to move chairs to protect the hall floor – please use it. DO NOT DRAG OR ROLL THE ROUND TABLES AND CHAIRS ACROSS THE FLOOR.
Please ensure you have enough volunteers to help with heavy lifting to avoid any
All tables and chairs should be stacked away properly with no more than eight chairs to a stack.
The furniture is not to be taken outside onto the lawn.
In order to keep charges low all rubbish and recyclables must be taken away by the hirer. If rubbish is left on the premises a charge will be taken from the refundable deposit. This includes the bins in the toilets and the nappy bin. Bin liners can be found in the kitchen.
For evening events with music and entertainment – due to licensing restrictions any music must cease before 23.00 Friday and Saturday or 22.30 Thursday to Sunday.
Breach of this rule will result in charges deducted from the refundable deposit.
If you are holding an event with the selling of alcohol then you must apply for a Temporary Events Notice (TEN) from Rother District Council (more information can be found in the Terms and Conditions of hire).
Please ensure you are familiar with the terms and conditions.
By booking the hall you accept these conditions of use.
Failure to comply may result in the withholding of your deposit.