Copley is a small village to the North of Barnard Castle; Hindon Beck and Arn Ghyll join here to form the Gaunless River. Copley Lead Mill operated for 100 years from 1790 to 1890 and the Lead Mill Chimney still remains.
Copley Village Hall was built in 1898 as Copley Literary Institute. It recently underwent a major refurbishment and reopened in June 2003. The size and layout of Copley Village Hall make it an ideal choice for private and business functions. The hall is available for hire for: • Meetings/Small Conferences • Stage Productions and Concerts • Training • Rehearsals • Parties • Functions • Sports Classes • Fairs and Sales • Social Events Regular activities ongoing in the hall include badminton and a club for 4 to 10 year olds. Help raise money for Copley Village Hall when you shop online by visiting www.easyfundraising.org.uk/copleyvillagehall
Rooms: Main Hall, Snooker Room and Kitchen – see floor plan below Heating: Available throughout hall Maximum Capacity: 100 in building Facilities: The hall has a stage and a PA system making it ideal for stage productions and concerts, and modern kitchen facilities including a fridge, microwave and cooker. Equipment: There are adequate chairs and tables and ample crockery and cutlery is available. There is a variety sports equipment held at the hall including badminton net and a snooker room. There is also stage lighting and a PA system. Access: access for all to and in the hall. Hearing aid induction loop in place. Hire Charges: £10 booking fee for non members then £5 per hour plus a £5 fuel surcharge when appropriate. Registered Charity Number: 1079746
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