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 Mile End Road, Colchester CO4 5DY Tel: 07518 437 488

 

Welcome to Myland Parish Halls! Our tour will take you through the main entrance, around the reception area, into the Large Hall, the Small hall, the kitchen and upstairs to the Board Room. Feel free to ask questions on the way - by emailing us, of course!

 

 

 

Welcome to the Small Hall. Yes, it's small in comparison to the Large Hall, but it's deceptively spacious! Whilst the Hall is basically rectangular, there are two distinct areas, each with their own thermostats to control the under-floor central heating, and each is light and airy, as can be seen from the full-height corner windows.

 

Here we see the Hall set out with tables: its capacity in this format is 30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here, the Hall is set out for a meeting. In this format the capacity is 50 - and there's still plenty of room to access the kitchen, the store room and the fire exit.

 

Another option is, of course, to leave the blue tables and chairs on their trolleys, and sit on the floor - even in winter, the cushioned vinyl will be warm. there's plenty of ventilation when required, too - there are four electrically-operated Velux windows in the ceiling, and then there are the windows next to the fire exit, which can be seen on the right of the picture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The trolleys for tables and chairs, in both the Large and Small Halls, are on castors, so they even save carrying the chairs back to the trolleys - and when they are stored away like this, they take up very little space.

 

We've tried to make this Hall as large as possible; one result of that is a very narrow access road at the rear of the site. We made the decision to get lots more people in the Halls, rather than a couple more cars on the site!

 

Where can we take you next? the Board Room, perhaps? Click on the link above, and we'll see you there.

 

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Myland Parish Halls are part of St. Michael's Church, Registered Charity no. 1130020

and a member of the Rural Community Council of Essex

& Community Matters (The National Federation of Community Organisations)