Alton Barnes - Coronation Hall
The Hall is in a Conservation Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an expansive view of the Pewsey Vale and the Alton Barnes White Horse. It was built in 1953, extended in 2000 and pleasingly redecorated since. The main hall has a stage and there is a meetings room called the Joyce Major Room, kitchen and bar. The cloakroom facilities include a disabled toilet. Central heating is included in the hiring cost. There is parking and disabled access. The Hall (14.5m x 6.5m) has a wood floor and curtains. The stage (6.5m x 3.5m) has a new wood floor and has backstage access to the Joyce Major Room. At the other end of the Hall a large hatch is open to the kitchen and a small hatch is open to the bar. There are 100 upholstered chairs and there are 16 foldable tables(partly funded by Wiltshire Councils Community Fund)which are lightweight so easy to set up.
Main hall, committee room, kitchen, bar, toilets including one for the disabled
The Joyce Major Room is carpeted and curtained, has rigid tables and has access to the back of the stage. The main hall has a high definition projector with an electically operated screen and a sound system.