Briston Pavilion Facilities
Briston Pavilion can be hired as one complete building, as all the rooms are inter-connecting and internal doors can be removed to open it up, into one large area. Alternatively, each of the 3 rooms can be hired individually.
In total, the facilities include 16 rectangular, wooden tables and 108 soft-backed chairs (mostly red). These are usually shared by the Main Hall and Meeting Room.
Lofty’s Bar includes an additional 6 tables, 24 matching chairs and 3 matching taller bar chairs (in a silver, metal style).
1. The Main Hall
The main hall has recently undergone some major refurbishments. We have had a new central heating system installed, linked directly to the solar panels on the roof.
There are new double doors, with a ramp if required to provide disabled access.
The bar area has been re-clad, and a new oak worktop installed. The whole hall has been repainted in neutral cream to suit any event. We also have beautiful new curtains to compliment the carpeted area and chairs.
The Main Hall includes tables and chairs for your optional use. If you would prefer to bring your own tables and chairs, you are more than welcome.
The main hall is the perfect place to host a wedding, birthday party or large event.
Several groups in the village use the main hall on a regular basis, including Slimming World, The Bowls Club, and The Youth Club.
The hall has adjoining toilets (male and female) – plus a large disabled toilet (also accessed from the hall). The disabled toilet includes baby changing facilities.
The Main Hall (including the corner bar area and back corridor) is 15.6 metres long by 10.25 metres wide (approximately 160 m2). The corner bar and back corridor uses approximately 16m2 of the available space (4 metres x 4 metres).
The highest point in the room is 3.48 metres. A working disco ball is installed, at a height of 2.7 metres. From the end wall to the disco ball, the length is 5.95 metres, then a further 6.5 metres across to the other side.
Accessible from the main hall is the kitchen. There are two modern hob/ovens, two large fridge/freezers, a hot cupboard, a dishwasher and a double fryer. There is ample space for food preparation.
The kitchen comes with a limited amount of crockery, cutlery, pots and pans. There’s also a microwave oven, two hot water urns and two kettles.
2. Lofty’s Bar
The main entrance to the building leads immediately into Lofty’s Bar. This is a large bar area, with tables and chairs, equipped with a full-size pool table and dart board. The bar has a television with Freeview services.
Lofty’s Bar is central to the building; the Main Hall, Kitchen and Meeting Room can all be directly assessed from Lofty’s Bar.
The bar has its own male and female toilets, separate from those in the Main Hall. These toilets are shared with the Meeting Room.
Room dimensions and measurements
Lofty’s Bar is 10.5 metres long by 6.3 metres wide (approximately 66m2). The bar uses approximately 6m2 of the available space (4.1 metres x 1.44 metres).
3. The Meeting Room
The Meeting Room is perfect for smaller gatherings. It is a bright and airy space. It can be accessed from Lofty’s Bar and has its own separate access from the outside. The Meeting Room is used regularly by the Friendship Club and the Women’s Institute. It’s the perfect place for smaller parties and coffee mornings.
Directly accessible from the meeting room are two toilets (male and female). These toilets are shared with Lofty’s Bar. There is also access to the kitchen through Lofty’s bar. A selection of tables and chairs is available for use in this room.
Room dimensions and measurements
The Meeting Room is 9 metres long by 4.6 metres wide (approximately 41m2).
Children’s Play Area and Sports Field
There’s a large enclosed play area for the children and outdoor gym equipment which is free to use.
There are two enclosed tennis courts and two large football pitches.
At the top of the field is a popular skate park.
Briston Pavilion has an extensive car park, which is free to use and can easily accommodate many cars.
There is also provision for recycling glass, clothes and shoes.
The Pavilion is currently licensed for PPL and PRS (to play recorded music) and has a TV licence.
The Premises also holds an NNDC Premises Licence and is licensed for the sale of alcohol. If a licensed bar is required, this can be provided by our preferred supplier West End Bars or a supplier of your choice.
The current Premises Licence does not extend beyond midnight.