Hiring the Hall

The Hall is currently available for hire and is suitable for a wide range of activities including meetings, regular clubs/activities, private parties, wedding receptions and other gatherings. All users are required to read and take note of the Conditions of Hire (below). 

Hall Charges

The Hall is hired out at £10 per hour, pro rata.

A full day is charged at £100. This includes full use of the kitchen.

If the kitchen is not left clean and tidy you will be charged £25 for extra cleaning.

If you wish to hire furniture or equipment this can be agreed at the discretion of the committee. We would ask you for a donation as it may mean we are unable to offer the hall for another booking.




For further information please contact Jackie Williams on 01985 248438
or email bookings@wylyevillagehall.co.uk


Regulation and Conditions of Hire

Wyvern Hall - Wylye

Regulation and Conditions of Hire

The Wyvern Hall, Wylye


 

Responsibilities of the Hirer

1 Hire times must be adhered to. Music is to stop at 23:45hrs please.

2 The Hall must be cleared immediately after your function – except by prior arrangement with the Committee.

3 All equipment (tables, chairs etc.) must be stacked properly and returned to store rooms.

4 All doors must be locked and the key returned to the key holder at the agreed time.

5 Any damage caused during the hiring must be paid for.

 

Regulations concerning the use of the Hall

1 You are not permitted to sell alcohol on the Hall premises without holding a Licence.

2 Cars are parked at owner’s risk.

3 Children are not permitted in the kitchen. 

4 You must ensure that fire exits are kept clear at all times.

5 There is to be no smoking in any area of the Hall.

6 You are responsible for ensuring that noise and disturbance to others is kept to a minimum – particularly when leaving the Hall at night.

 

Useful information when using the Hall

If additional heating is needed, the electricity meters take £1 or 50p coins.


Please note that the Management Committee accepts no responsibility for personal injury to any person on the premises outside its Liability Insurance

Revised 2018