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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50pm 17 Little Miss Debby andThe KJ Shuffle Kings,The Coach & Horses, Dumfries, 3-6pm 17 Little Miss Debby and the KJ Shuffle Kings,The Five Arches, 345 Annan Road, Dumfries, 8-11pm 17 M4M - Music 4 Meningitis 2018,The Venue, Dumfries, 7-11pm 17The Dalgarno Singers, Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Parish Church, Craignair Street, Dalbeattie, 7-10pm 17 Colvend Public Hall presents An Evening of Jazz and Blues, Colvend Public Hall, 7.
Rumours were sweeping Stirling 100 years ago this week that the Public Hall in the town's Dumbarton Road was to be taken over by the National Service Department whose registration staff had up until then been in Viewforth House.
in any case, the concessionaire will have to realize at the beginning of the performance of the concession contract the completion of the renovation of the public hall and the reorganization of car parks as well as the creation of a second drainage canal in the north-east of parking areas at tahiti-faa~a airport.
Around PS2,500 worth of lead was taken from Stretford Public Hall, on Chester Road, just days after roof repairs were finished.
Minister Riachi's fresh words came during a joint press conference with Tourism Minister, Avedis Guidanian, at the Information Ministry's public hall, attended by the Ministry's Director General Dr Hassan Falha, and the National News Agency (NNA) Director, Laure Sleiman Saab.
Today it houses a large public hall and refreshment rooms.
If the number of evacuees exceeds our maximum capacity, we have asked that every public hall in the district be prepared to become evacuation camps.
There will be food, storytelling, talks, craft stalls and games in the longhouse and North Unst Public Hall, Haroldswick.
Clr Lisa Holmes says her group had plans for a significant cash injection to the site while taking on the adjacent Gomersal Public Hall at the same time.
Zeno lectured at a public hall called the Stoa Poikile ("Painted Colonnade"), and his philosophical school became known as the Stoa.
MORE than 50 years ago Sid and Beryl Guest held their wedding reception, a small family do, in a public hall built in 1878.

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