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Beaconsfield Memorial Hall

Beaconsfield Memorial hall was opened on May 31, 1957 by the Rangitikei MP, Mr Normal Shelton. A quirky fact about this hall is that it was intended to be named ‘Beaconsfield War Memorial Hall’, but when the sign writer turned up, the person who was meeting them had lost the exact wording and the word ‘War’ was omitted! The location of this hall is 74 Beaconsfield Valley Road.

Facilities

The floor area of Beaconsfield Memorial Hall is 209 square metres and can accommodate a maximum capacity of 100 people. The venue consists of the main hall with stage, kitchen, and two toilets. Disabled access is not available at this location.

There is a sealed carpark available at the front of the building, with a grassed area out the back.

Want to book this hall?

Contact:

Vanessa Eames (key holder) - Phone: (06) 328 9716

Steve Chambers (key holder) - Phone: (06) 328 9666