Rangiotu Memorial Hall
Rangiotu Hall was opened on 18th October 1905 funded by community donations and from that basic, square building it has grown over time. Extended forward in 1915 when there was a Military Camp at Rangiotu, it had further extensions to the front and a kitchen, supper room and stage were added in 1945 to welcome the World War 2 soldiers home. A projection box was added but removed in later years. The main community events are, Anzac Service, Christmas Party, Craft Club every second Thursday, Bainesse School productions and prize giving and Family celebrations. It has served as the Civil Defence Centre in a number of floods. The location of this hall is 1130 Rangiotu Road (State Highway 56).
The floor area of Rangiotu Memorial Hall is 284 square metres and can accommodate a maximum capacity of 110 people. The hall consists of the main hall, supper room, kitchen, bar room, storage room, two changing rooms and female and male toilets. Disabled access is available at this location.
There is a large, unsealed verge out the front of the hall for car parking.
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Alan Horsfall - Phone: (06) 329 6853