A community venue in the Moorlands is back fully open after a break due to the pandemic. And the team which manages the Guild Hall in Cheadle is on the look out for more groups and individuals to use the premises for a variety of community and private uses.
A community venue in the Moorlands is back fully open after a break due to the pandemic.
And the team which manages the Guild Hall in Cheadle is on the look out for more groups and individuals to use the premises for a variety of community and private uses.
A spokesman for the venue, which is situated in Tape Street, said: “The Guild Hall is fully open again after Covid and all the implications that had on everybody.
“In recent weeks several family parties and celebrations have used this highly regarded local venue.
“Most regular hirers have returned, but some have not been able to, meaning that there are slots available to hire. Enquiries are welcome.
“Whether you are a community group seeking a home, an organisation looking to hold a public event, or simply wish to celebrate a private family occasion.
“The Guild Hall is an ever-popular choice for parties, weddings, and family celebrations of all kinds due to its spacious Main Hall with optional bar, raised seating area, sprung dance floor, and even a stage.
“It is an ideal venue for shows, fayres, and events of all kinds.”
The spokesman continued: “The Guild Hall is proud to be the permanent home for the Cheadle & District Foodbank, and also to have recently welcomed Barclays Bank.
“Since the closure of the bank’s Cheadle branch, we were approached about the possibility of providing a venue from where the Bank could offer a meeting and appointment space.
“This takes place in the smaller Oakley Room, between 9.30am and 1pm every Tuesday.
“The hall is also home to many regular activities and community groups including Cheadle’s U3A with all the variety of activities that organisation offers.
“We also host the popular Zumba with Maura, The WI, Cheadle Flower Club, Karate classes and more. But why not start a group of your own?
“Want to practice your ‘Strictly’ moves on a sprung ballroom dance floor? Share a new and exciting hobby with like-minded friends? Or just organise a social get-together?
“With several openings in the calendar, there couldn’t be a more perfect opportunity to start that club you’ve been thinking about.”
The spokesman added: “Did you know that in addition to the main hall, the Guild Hall boasts a self contained second room at the back, perfect for smaller groups and events, with its own separate toilet and kitchen facilities?
“To make a booking, or enquire about prices and availability, or to arrange a viewing, please contact the guild hall administrator in the first instance on 07518 786149 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.”
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