All Saints Community Hall was built with funds from donations by the residents and businesses in Melbourn and the surrounding area. The trustees run fund raising events to provide resources to make improvements to the hall premises but the day to day running expenses and cost of repairs are met out of contributions from the users of the hall by way of hire charges as follows:
Main Hall £14 per hour
Meeting Room £5 per hour
Discounts are available for bookings with recurring dates and for youth groups or special community activities. Day rates are also available.
Please note that:
1. UV party systems eg Glow Parties are not acceptable.
2. Greetings banners should not be affixed to walls, speakers etc there is a baton on the alcove wall for drawing pin use.
The toilets, kitchen and corridor are shared areas for the users of both the main hall and the meeting room. If the exclusive use of the premises is required, then both rooms must be booked together.
Please download a Booking Request Form and forward the completed form to the Booking Team as an attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow a minimum of 7 days to process a booking request and allow for the need to make payment 14 days before your event date.
All hirers must register an account with a unique email address before a reservation can be taken but this will only need to be done once and then only updated as necessary. All bookings must be submitted using the Booking Request Form. We regret a booking cannot be accepted by telephone. The Booking Request Form is in two parts. Part 1 is for making a booking and Part 2 is for registering (or amending) a customer account. Please refer to the booking form guidance notes, on page two of the form, to understand how to complete the form.
The Community Hall has a Premises Licence to allow public entertainment in accordance with the specific requirements and restrictions imposed by South Cambridgeshire District Council and a PRS/PPL licence to allow the playing of music with performance copyright. There is also a motion picture copyright licence that covers most but not all retail videos. There is no Television Broadcast Licence for the premises.