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The West Eyreton Hall has an attractive garden setting and is located in a semi-rural area of the Canterbury Plains. It is a similar distance from Kaiapoi, Rangiora and Oxford; and only 5 km from Cust. The timber walls and flooring are character features of the mid-sized hall interior, and are complemented by a spacious fully-equipped kitchen and optional supper room. Tables and chairs are available for the hall, along with a removable stage, and rooms open up to an extensive wooden deck. The building and toilets are accessible for disabled users.
In addition to use by the local community and associated groups, the hall is popular for weddings and other social functions. Up to 100 people can be comfortably accommodated on these occasions.
A substantial off-road parking area is available alongside the hall.
Address: 2 Earlys Road, Cust
EVENT HIRE: Whole Facility
Community: $8 per hour
Non Community: $15 per hour
Community: $6 per hour
Non Community: $10 per hour
Bookings are made direct with West Eyreton Hall Advisory Group
Mrs Val O’Loughlin
Phone: 03 312-5409
Address: C/- 1062 Downs Road, West Eyreton, RD5 Rangiora 7475
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Please contact Kaiapoi Community Support on 03 327 8945 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment: Internet Banking (preferred), cash, cheque Deposit: Required at time of bookingBond: Paid two weeks prior to booking date
Key to be collected from - Val O'Loughlin, West Eyerton Hall Advisory Group, Ph. 03 312 5409