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Tosside Community Group
Supporting a small rural community on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border
Name: Tosside Community Link
Community Hall Manager
Tosside Community Hall
01729 - 840272
Tosside Community Link (1093125)
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Tosside Community Hall and Facilities
• Fantastic Venue
The Community Hall provides a central venue and point of focus for family-based social events within the Tosside area.
• Popular for all Family Functions
Tosside Community Hall is a modern purpose-built facility which has become a popular venue for social functions and in particular, wedding receptions, hosting up to 200 people. Events typically held in the Community Hall include:
- family events e.g. children’s parties - wedding receptions, funerals and christenings
- dances and other social event - business meetings, seminars, training courses
- youth activities and sports events - musical concerts/amateur operatic productions
• Personal Touch
The team pride themselves on their ability to work with customers to achieve the perfect function. They have become well-practised in setting-up events and organising facilities behind the scenes to ensure everything runs smoothly. This all means that you can relax and enjoy your special day without worrying. Annually the Hall expects to average a foot-fall of over 10,000 visitors.
• Flexible Configuration
The modern design of the Community Hall lends itself to being laid-out in a number of different configurations to suit differing requirements. The Hall has one large room (16 M x 9 M =144 Sq M) suitable for functions of up to 200 people, and a smaller room (30 Sq M) suitable for meetings which will comfortably seat up to 20 people.
• Safe Location
All facilities within the Hall have been designed to provide a safe location for children and older people. There is easy wheelchair access to the building and wheelchair access toilets are provided. Adjacent to the Hall’s rear entrance there are allocated wheelchair accessible parking places provided.
• Excellent Modern Facilities
The modern Community Hall has a bar, stocked with most popular drinks all at competitive prices. Click here to view bar prices. There is a large well-equipped catering kitchen from which caterers can easily provide high-quality meals for any function held within the Hall. Constructed in 2004, the hall has been equipped with all the latest digital technology and can provide state-of-the-art audio-visual and computing facilities supported by high-speed digital (“Broadband”) communication (>50MBps), Wi-fi connections and overhead projection facilities for business meetings and training courses.
• Adequate Car Parking
Free parking facilities are provided for over 40 vehicles at the Community Hall and on the recently-constructed overflow car park adjacent to the Community Hall.
• Bookings at Highly Competitive Rates
The Hall is available for exclusive hire for all kinds of private functions at highly competitive rates. In order to discuss your specific requirements in more detail or to make a booking, please contact Ann Groves, Tosside Community Hall Manager either by telephone on 01729-840272 or by e-mail at:
• Licensing Matters
Ann Groves is the appointed Licensee/Premises Supervisor for the Tosside Community Group. As such, Ann is responsible for all licensing and day-to-day bar-related matters.
• Green Credentials and Ethical Sustainability
Tosside Community Group aims to be an environmentally responsible and ECO-friendly organisation. As a result, the group has installed photo-voltaic cells and an air heat-source pump to reduce it’s carbon footprint. More Details …
All hall-based activities actively re-cycle waste wherever possible. The Community Group also provides re-cycling facilities for the local community in order to assist individuals in achieving their own low carbon footprint and to be ethically sustainable.
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