Bentham Town Hall…
…an ideal venue for weddings, receptions, exhibitions, concerts, parties or group meetings.
Bentham Town Hall is an imposing building in the centre of High Bentham. Built in 1894, it has been modified over the years and is now a first class building suitable for a range of functions.
There are three function rooms within the Town Hall –
With the exception of Wenningdale Room, the Town Hall complies fully with the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
Access to main entrance foyer at the front of the building is either by a single step or a ramp.
The foyer houses the Tourist Information Point, the gents and the disabled toilets, the stairs and an 8-person lift giving easy access to the upper floor and the ladies toilets.
The Town Hall does not have a license for the sale of alcohol, but with sufficient notice a license can be arranged by one of the local publicans.
Up to 150 place settings of crockery and cutlery are available on request.
With rooms to suit all sizes of meeting, class or party – and discounts for local residents, daytime events and regular meetings – is the Town Hall the right venue for you?