Great Alne & Kinwarton Memorial Hall

The building comprises an attractive, beamed main hall seating up to 150 people theatre style, a stage with professional lighting, a small meeting room, a modern kitchen equipped to commercial standards, and an extensive car park. The Hall has a sloping entrance path to enable disabled access. There is also a large slabbed garden to the rear of the Hall, also with a sloping entrance.

The kitchen comprises a range cooker with a gas hob and large electric oven, a hot cupboard with bains marie top, a pass-through dishwasher, a fridge freezer, and an instant water heater. There is a serving hatch to the main Hall and a serving trolley.

Crockery, cutlery and glasses are available if required.  An inventory is available by clicking on the link below.

The main Hall is approximately 14 metres long and 7 metres wide.

There are 18 large folding tables and 6 small tables available for use, together with 100 padded chairs.

Behind the main Hall there are two changing/cloakrooms with toilets and wash basins. A second ladies cloakroom and disabled visitor facilities are available at the other end of the Hall.

Great Alne & Kinwarton Memorial Hall

The Hall has a full audio-visual system. Above the stage there is a drop down projection screen that is operated by remote control, which can be used in conjunction with the ceiling mounted projector. The state-of-the-art mixing desk can accept up to 12 input channels and incorporates a CD player and power amplifier driving 4 speakers. Presenters have the choice of hand-held or lapel radio mikes and a cable mike with floor stand. The mixing desk and/or a laptop computer can be  used at either end of the Hall to suit the type of event being staged. Live television can be screened through a Freesat system subject to licencing .

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Over the years the Hall has benefitted from several Lottery grants.  These, together with various other grants, awards and donations, have enabled us to extend the Hall, add a stage, lower the ceiling, modernise the kitchen and rebuild the ladies and disabled visitor cloakrooms to the latest standards.  In 2018 we created a Memorial Garden to the rear of the hall to commemorate the centenary of the ending of the Great War. We are very grateful for all the help we have received as without it none of these improvements would have been possible.