Facilities

The village hall has a large main hall and a smaller meeting room. You can hire either room separately, or the whole venue. Both rooms provide light, bright spaces and are air-conditioned.

Wifi is available throughout the building, and we have a music system with speakers.

There is also a reception area between the rooms, a modern kitchen, and toilets (including baby change). The building is fully accessible and has an accessible toilet.

Main hall

The main hall has:

  • a sprung wooden dance floor
  • a temporary stage available if required
  • 16 large tables, 9 small tables and 100 chairs
  • a large screen and projector

Capacity: 95 (85 if using the stage)

Meeting room

The meeting room is also modern, light and airy with large windows, and has a large TV screen.

Capacity:

  • Seated, café style: 24
  • Presentation style: 24
  • Seated, boardroom style: 12 comfortably, or 16 tight

Kitchen

The modern fitted kitchen has an electric induction range, extractor, commercial warming cupboard, large commercial fridge, small under-counter freezer, commercial dishwasher, microwave, toaster and kettles.

We also provide crockery, pans and other essentials to meet typical users’ needs. 100 cups, plates and sets of cutlery are available.

The kitchen is suitable for small parties, afternoon teas, etc., but is not a full catering kitchen. If you are looking for full meals for a large event, the King’s Arms pub and Brantwood Hotel in the village are happy to discuss your needs.

Entrance and reception area

Storeroom

The hall has a large storeroom with space available for regular hirers to store equipment.

Car parking and getting here

The hall car park has space for six cars. As parking is very limited, we do ask people to walk or use public transport when possible and park responsibly.  

Stainton is on the Stagecoach X4/X5 bus route which runs between Penrith and Workington, and there are stops just a 1 minute walk from the Village Hall. (Please note: Buses are disrupted until 18th October 2021 due to roadworks on the A66).