As well as the Town Clerk's office and council meeting rooms, the town hall houses two large function rooms for hire. Booking details for these facilities are shown on this page.
If anyone requires a larger print copy of
the booking form, or any of the information, this can be obtained by emailing the town clerk at:
or by telephoning on 01364 652142
or by visiting the Information Centre.
|Rules and Regulations for Hirers|
All Hirers must read and agree to abide by the rules
and regulations laid out below before booking any of
the Ashburton Town Hall facilities.
- All Hirers must complete a booking form and return it to the Town Hall or
- The Council reserves the right to refuse a hirer's application and such decisions are final.
- The Council reserves the right to cancel a booking and upon cancellation any payments made in respect of the hirer will be refunded.
- The setting out and packing away of furniture, i.e. tables, chairs, shall
be the responsibility of the hirer (chairs to be
stacked in or on the stage area). Also all hirers
must ensure cutlery and crockery is thoroughly cleaned
- Should at any time any damage be caused to the fabric of the building, its
furnishings, fittings or equipment, the hirer shall
be held responsible for the payment of making good
- Hirers must ensure that the building is left reasonably clean and tidy. Payment
for extra cleaning required as a result of the hirer
leaving the building in an unreasonable condition
will be the responsibility of the hirer.
- The hirer must ensure that any bottles or glass are disposed of. There are recycling facilities at the top of the car park.
- The Town Hall has an entertainment licence, which is only effective until midnight, on any night.
- The Town Council does not hold an alcohol licence and any such licence must be applied for by the hirer.
- Hirers shall at all times ensure adequate supervision for all types of functions. Stewards should be provided at the door.
- The hirer shall not assign, transfer, or sub-let the hiring without previous written consent of the Town Council.