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Llanasa Village Hall Holywell Flintshire Wales
Llanasa Village Hall was formally The Victorian School built in 1859 for the Church authorities. At the end of the Summer term in 1960 the school was closed by Flintshire County Council. A meeting of users of the former Church Hall was convened to decide whether the school could be utilised as a Village Hall, this was agreed to in December 1960 with the offer of a substantial financial contribution from the former Delyn Borough Council (which was in the process of merging to create the present Flintshire County Council). The Village Hall was purchased for the future benefit of the residents of Llanasa and the surrounding area. The Llanasa Village Hall is at the centre of the village opposite the Parish Church. It is used by many different groups within the Parish and Village. The Village Hall is available for hire for private functions and events. There are two rooms. The main room has seating for approximately 120 people and the second smaller room for about 20.There is a well equipped kitchen and reasonable catering facilities are available. Catering can also be arranged. There is full disabled access and facilities. The premises are licensed for 120 people (an alcohol licence can be obtained) and also benefits from a music entertainment system with a supporting PRS entertainment licence. The hall has been used for private functions, such as weddings, christenings and other receptions.
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