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Trinity Hall Bookings

Trinity Hall ActivitiesTrinity United Reformed Church is in the process of developing the use of its church hall which is an amazing resource located, as it is, at the city end of Unthank Road and conveniently placed close to town and a number of car parks.
 
We see all our work as about developing the mission of the Church, and looking to serve the community as a big part of that.
 
The aims of the church in developing the halls are:
  • Best use of the hall for the good of the community
  • Most economic use of the hall for the good of the church
  • Lowest Carbon Footprint by the hall for the good of God’s world
The site has limited parking itself (for around twelve vehicles) but is within an easy walk of the Chapel Field multi-story car park
 
The hall has a badminton court, a floor which is valued by dancing groups, a light and airy feel and adequate equipment for most occasions including tables and chairs, a good kitchen complete with washing up machine, a serving hatch, cookers and fridge. Crockery, glass ware and cutlery are also available.
 

Bookings can be made by calling Margaret Brand on 07780 634649. 

 

Those using the hall should be aware that there is no direct right to parking on site and car spaces are only generally available for leaders of events ansd activities, and those who have a disability which does not allow them to attend without on-site parking. Other folk coming to the hall should park elsewhere if all the places are taken and not park where notices restrict parking or where their car will block others from leaving the car par park.

 

We apologise that we cannot accomodate everybody with parking but we need to be responsible in providing adequate access and exit, particularly in the event of fire or emergency. It is important that people can turn their cars around in the car par so that they do not have to reverse onto the main road.

 

Please call if you would like to use this space for your activities.

 

 

 

 


Article printed from www.networknorwich.co.uk at 07:10 on 23 July 2019