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INFORMATION FOR HIRERS OF TANSLEY VILLAGE HALL

Licensing Act 2003 - Temporary Events Notices (TENs )

For an explanation of TENs and a list of licensable activities, please see:

http://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/services-business/licensing/alcohol-entertainment-a-late-night-refreshment/temporary-event-notice

We recommend applying online at:

https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-a-licence/temporary-event-notice/derbyshire-dales/apply-1

Licensing of music/TV

The Village Hall has a PRS For Music Licence. This covers the playing of live music (not recordings). If other licences are required in respect of any activity (e.g. TV licence, PPL licence - for playing recorded music) the hirer must obtain them.

 

 

HOW IS TANSLEY VILLAGE HALL USED?

The hall is a key part of village life and a place where lots of people enjoy themselves. There have been barn dances, salsa classes, folk-dancing, belly-dancing and even a medieval banquet complete with hog roast!  

Regular activities include tai chi, zumba, pilates, yoga and cinema.

It is a good place for private parties and receptions — adults' and children's birthday parties, christenings, wedding celebrations and funeral receptions.

Tansley Village Hall is a venue for Live & Local, a not-for-profit arts organisation working with voluntary groups across Derbyshire and other counties to stage music events and drama.

 

HOW TO LOOK GOOD NAKED was held at TANSLEY VILLAGE HALL

An episode of How to Look Good Naked featuring Tansley Village Hall was shown on Channel 4 on Monday 23rd November 2009.

Television production company Maverick spent Friday July 17th inside and outside Tansley Village Hall filming the feature slot. Production staff were joined by some 50 women for the filming, which had as its central theme beauty and fashion since the 1940s. The Village Hall was set out in a period style - wooden chairs and trestle tables, no electric clock, plastic or aluminium.

The TV series, presented by fashion guru Gok Wan, shows women how to look great with their clothes on or off no matter what their body shape. Gok, who once weighed 21 stone himself, knows what it’s like to be self-conscious about body image!

 

Portable Planetarium comes to Tansley!

On Wednesday morning, 16th June 2010, all the children at Tansley Primary School enjoyed an educational show in a portable planetarium within Tansley Village Hall.

The different year groups attended separate shows tailored specifically for their age-range.

The Head Teacher said "It was a wonderful experience that inspired the children in learning about astronomy and the universe as part of the school's Science Week."

The inflatable Super-Dome planetarium was supplied, set-up and operated by Astrodome. One of the presenters will return to the school to answer more of the children's questions.

 

Tansley Village Hall

Facilities for Hire

This attractive Victorian building, renovated and refurbished in 2014, is a great place for a get-together, family party/reception or an organised class, a meeting, or an art/entertainment event. 

 

Getting married? Take a look at our wedding reception page.

 

"Beautiful and well-equipped hall which was perfect for our wedding party. Management of the hall is impeccable Chris was generous with local knowledge and helpful advice for setting up and adapting the hall for our purposes. Excellent value and all-around lovely experience!"

(Review of Tansley Village Hall published on Hallshire.com, August 2014. Click link to see more reviews.)

To enquire about booking:

e-mail: secretary@tansleyvillagehall.org.uk

or use our online booking form.

          

     

Main hall viewed from stage

Main hall viewed from window

Main hall set out for a wedding reception

1940s Swing Session (part of a Hen Weekend)

Main hall viewed from stage end 

Main hall set out for a cabaret-style evening of entertainment and showing stage. Curtained bar area to the right

 

Wedding reception in main hall

 

A happy day!

 

Dining/meeting area viewed from kitchen work area

Bar area viewed from main hall

Kitchen work area

Dining/meeting area with kitchen work area at far end

Wedding guests enjoying an Indian menu supplied by Maazi of Matlock

Dancing in the main hall

Upper room Upper room showing mini-kitchen
 

 

FACILITIES & CHARGES

ROOMS AVAILABLE

  • Main Hall (12.5m x 6m x 4.2m high) with raised stage (5m x 4.2m), a bar area (approx 5m x 3m) and bar serving space. Facilities include central heating, folding Gopak tables, comfortable turquoise upholstered chairs, space for a bar, access and a toilet for wheelchair users, a pull-down baby changing table and four other toilets. The stage has dimmable lighting and a 3.5m-wide front-projection screen. It can seat 100 people in theatre style or 70 around tables in cabaret style or in a U-shape. It has a wireless microphone connected to a simple public address system with a hearing loop.
  • Meeting Room (7.7m x 4.6m) with additional well-equipped kitchen (3m x 4.6m)
    It is centrally-heated and seats about 30 people. Access is from and toilets are in the Main Hall. Tables and chairs are available. It can also serve as a Dining Room, Serving Room or Craft Room. The kitchen has: two commercial ovens, eight hobs, hot drinking water dispenser, larder fridge, microwave oven, bain-marie, kettles, crockery, glassware and cutlery. It has no dishwasher.
  • Upper Room
    This seats about 20 people. It has separate outside access via a long ramp and five steps. It is not accessible using a wheelchair. It has a toilet, facilities for making tea and coffee, a small fridge, a microwave oven, folding Gopak tables, comfortable turquoise upholstered chairs and
    a portable magnet whiteboard/flip-chart stand. It is centrally heated, carpeted and has discrete, bright LED lighting. The room is suitable for meetings and clean, dry craft activities (not painting). It is not available for use at wedding receptions.

HIRE CHARGES

The hourly rates for Tansley residents and for external users are as follows: 

Meeting Room with kitchen area (Tansley resident)         £5.50
Meeting Room with kitchen area (external regular user)     £7
Meeting Room with kitchen area (external one-off hire)     £8
Upper Room with mini-kitchen & toilet (Tansley resident) £5.50
Upper Room with mini-kitchen & toilet (external regular user) £7
Upper Room with mini-kitchen & toilet (external one-off hire) £8
Main hall (Tansley resident regular user) £9
Main hall (Tansley resident one-off hire) £10
Main hall (external regular user) £13
Main hall (external one-off hire) £15

 

Setting Up Time (up to three hours and not for more hours than the event itself) will be charged at one third of the hourly rate for the room(s).                     

 

10% discount for booking two or more rooms. 10% discount for booking consecutive days (excluding setting-up).

The total charge will be rounded up to the next £1.

Payment is usually required by bank transfer (direct credit) to our bank account.
Details will be provided when the booking is accepted or in our invoice.

 

 

 

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