AKVH - Hall Facilities
Ashton Keynes Village Hall dates back to the early 1900's and lies in the centre of the village
with good car parking and internal facilities. The village of Ashton Keynes (the first village on
the River Thames) is 12 miles north of Swindon and 5 miles south of Cirencester and is situated
within the south western corner of the Cotswold Water Park.
The hall consists of two main rooms (one of which can be partitioned into 2 smaller rooms) and
a kitchen. The hall complex also includes the local GP surgery. The hall has disabled
access, disabled parking and separate disabled toilet.
The hall is a licenced premises and can assist in organising a bar and alcohol sales for events.
The main hall 14m long (excluding the stage) and 8.5m wide with a high, beamed ceiling
and a serving hatch to the kitchen.
The stage is 5m deep and 7.4m wide with a roped curtain and there is a full lighting box with front,
above and rear lighting. A piano is available.
An induction loop is available for use and the hall has amplified sound though four speakers.
Hand−held, static and radio microphones are available for use with this equipment.
The Ashton Keynes room is 10m x 5m and can be partitioned.
At one end there is a serving hatch to the kitchen, at the other is a door to an outer patio area.
There are entrance doors to both areas should you wish to partition the room.
The kitchen has two sinks, a fridge and cooker.
There is a reasonable amount of hall crockery, but for large functions we recommend hiring crockery and cutlery.
The kitchen has serving hatches to the main hall and the Ashton Keynes room.