Village Hall History
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http://www.laderaranchdentistry.com/bistrota/7911 There is disabled access to the Main Hall, Committee Room and Social Club. We also have disabled toilet facilities available in the Main Hall. The new kitchen (supplied in November 2010 by Howdens Joinery), which is shared by both the Committee Room and the Main Hall, offers coffee/tea making facilities and a fridge. Preparation of food by the hirer is an option or there are caterers in the village who can supply all your catering needs.