Trinity Hall is the result of a unique refurbishment project. Two buildings have been linked together to create a clean, modern and well equipped multi-functional space. The modern interior meets the needs of the 21st century communities and business but the beauty of two heritage buildings have been preserved for the future.
Trinity Hall is the ideal place to hold your event and we are happy to assist with your requirements. The Hall sits in the centre of the village of Besthorpe, which is a picturesque and quiet village between Newark and Lincoln.
The facilities include new modern kitchen area, disabled access, under-floor heating and an overhead projector.
The Carver Room is the old village hall and is ideal for small business meetings, informal gatherings and group activities. This room’s limit is 60 people (standing) and it can comfortably accommodate at least 30 sitting.
This is the Church, and while it is used for church services it is also a fabulous space to hold other events. This room’s limit is 120 people and when used with the Carver Room the limit is increased to 180.
Other amenities include:
- A modern open plan kitchen which provides good catering facilities
- Ample parking – next to the MUGA with 2 disabled spaces outside the hall.
- Full disabled access (with specific parking) including a disabled toilet.
- A hearing loop (Trinity Room only)
- A choice of room layouts – formal and informal
- TV licence
- Alcohol licence
A variety of equipment is provided as part of a business booking, including:
- Projector and screen
- Flip charts and display board
- Stationery equipment
Other requirements may be catered for if requested.
If you wish to have a look at Trinity Hall before confirming a booking please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
The Management Committee would like to thank all of our Sponsors who have made this facility possible.
- Big Lottery Fund
- All Churches Trust
- Jessie Spencer Trust
- John Warren Foundation
- Garfield Weston Grant
- Notts Historic Churches Trust
- Canals & Rivers Trust
- The Lord Nelson Inn
- All the anonymous donors