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Reading Room booking and facilities

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Stanhoe’s Reading Room (village hall) is a great place for family gatherings, children’s parties, public meetings, classes and lectures. Scroll down the page for a video.

The Reading Room seats up to 100 people. A kitchen, tables and chairs are provided, plus optional facilities including a licensed bar, kitchen, extra tables, a digital projector with 2.4 m (8 ft) wall-mounted screen, and a simple audio system with a wireless microphone. See the video below for a look around.

Booking the Reading Room

To book the Reading Room, please contact:
(tel 01485 518 057).

Paying to hire the Reading Room

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Hire of the Reading Room in the summer (1 April–30 September) is £8 an hour for Stanhoe villagers and £15 an hour for anyone outside Stanhoe. In the winter (1 October–31 March) the rates are £10 an hour for villagers and £18 an hour for everyone else.

You can pay by bank transfer to:

Sort code: 20-30-81 (Barclays Bank, Fakenham)
Account name: MEHM Trust
Account number: 10270660

Please try to include a reference (the name of your organisation, or your own name) so that we know where the payment has come from.

Alternatively, write a cheque to “MEHM Trust” and send it to Laura Pocock, Everitt House, Parsons Lane, Stanhoe, Norfolk PE31 8QW.

How to work the heating system

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The electric heating system has two zones, each with its own wall-mounted controller. The controller by the bar looks after the old part of the hall, while the one near the kitchen hatch is for the extension and kitchen. To heat the whole space you’ll need to turn on both controllers.

Each controller has just two buttons, and there’s a quick reference card on the wall next to each one.

Faceplate of the heating controller

To turn the heating on, press the upper button. To turn off, press the lower button repeatedly until the display shows “HOLIDAY”.

At any time you can also use these two buttons to adjust the target temperature in the range 16–22°C. The right-hand side of the display shows the target temperature, and the left-hand side shows the actual room temperature.

In cold weather you will need to turn the heating on about 90 minutes before the start of your event. The winter hire rate includes this “pre-heat” time.