public hall

public hall

A hall, corridor, or passageway within a building but outside all apartments or suites of private rooms.
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Trustees had confirmed the public hall and theatre building closed on October 12 due to a lack of funding, and that a business is being sought to take the building over.
Cwmaman Public Hall and Institute Ltd has now appointed Steve Wade and David Hill, of business rescue and recovery specialist Begbies Traynor's Cardiff office, as joint liquidators, from November 2.
It is subtle things, like head pain and loss of memory, that we struggle with and these Scotland's championship show in Crawfordjohn Public Hall at 11am.
Minister Abu Faour was speaking during the annual charity dinner whose proceeds go to the completion of the construction of "Beit Dayaa" Public Hall, at the invitation of the Municipality of Aqaba in the district of Rashaya.
The Expo is divided into three sections, including the Public Hall (13-17 August), the Gourmet Zone (13-16 August) and the Trade Hall (13-15 August).
Alerted about the concert ad, the public prosecution summoned the businesswoman who said that she had applied to host a gathering for her company at a public hall and that she had promoted it on social media.
Denbighshire County Council, which was in charge of the historic public hall, considered the PS2m cost of bringing the building up to standard to be too high to be economical.
The 30th annual induction ceremony will be held at Cleveland, Ohio's Public Hall next April 18.
Summary: Umm Salim, a widow, refuses to have her iftar meal in a mosque or public hall.
The other venues to secure PS5,000 grants are Beccles Public Hall and Theatre in Suffolk, Hoxton Hall in London, Tara Arts Group Ltd in London, and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford.
Awards are made to five community theatres for projects that will make important capital improvements, including one of the rarest surviving music halls, Hoxton Hall, and the community-owned and volunteer-run Beccles Public Hall & Theatre.
Built in 1870, the Old Town Hall originally provided offices for the town clerk, surveyor, rate collector and nuisance inspector, along with a police station, magistrates and county courts, cells, fire engine house, drill yard and a large public hall and refreshment rooms.

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