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HAWARDEN INSTITUTE

31, Glynne Way, Hawarden, Deeside, Flintshire. CH5 3NS

Registered Charity No. 220998

President:   Mrs. Victoria Merison.

Welcome to the Hawarden Institute Web Site.

FACILITIES:

Large Hall with Stage Dressing Room 

Capacity up to 200 (100 Seated with tables)

Three committee rooms of different sizes:-

Ground Floor – The Sir William Gladstone Room

(with Digital Display Facilities) for up to 20 people.

Multi Purpose Room for up to 40 people.

First Floor – Committee Room for up to 30 people.

Additionally a Billiard / Snooker Room

Kitchen facilities available.

LICENCE:

The Hawarden Institute  holds a Premises Licence which includes

Public Entertainment and the Sale of Alcohol.

Toilet facilities, including toilets for the disabled.

Large private Car Park to rear. To hold 40 cars.

ROOM HIRE CHARGES:

To be advised, contact the Hawarden Institute Manager as below:

CONTACT:

The Manager, Mrs. Heather Duckworth at the Institue on 01244 538308

OR MOBILE 07708897037  or email at

manager@hawardeninstitute.org.uk      

Website:

http://hawardeninstitute.org.uk 

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The next meeting of the Hawarden Institute Council

Tuesday 14th May  2019 at 7.00pm 

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For further details, please contact Shirley Snowden

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HAWARDEN  PHOTOGRAPHIC  SOCIETY

A Member of the North Wales Photographic Association

   50 Years of Photography at the Hawarden Institute

New members welcome  

For further information, contact the Secretary on 01244 537207 or email; paul.templehps@gmail.com

Web Site:         

 hawardenphotographicsociety.com

Facebook presence  

www.facebook.com/hawardenphotographicsociety

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HAWARDEN  INSTITUTE  DANCE  CLUB

MEETING:       MONDAY 1.45pm – 3.45pm

Dancing is of the Sequence variety, which is based on standard ballroom figures. 

Sequence dancing has become increasingly popular and is a must for

 those who attend balls and dances in this day and age.

 The Club covers all the popular sequence dances, affectionately

 known as the “golden oldies” and some new dances.

Those interested should preferably have some experience in the basics of ballroom dancing.

For further information contact: Les Barson

Contact phone no. 01978 762419 or e-mail:

mail@lesandgillbarson.plus.com

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