Farnborough Halls, Farnborough
Massive space near Farnborough in Hampshire, GU14. 3000 sqm of clear scan and unbranded event space. Mezzanine areas, kitchen and office facilities. 7.2m height. Length 45m/ Width 35m / Height 7.2m (to rigging). Area 3150 sqm. 2 permanent kitchens. Male/female/accessible toilets. Permanent house rigging. Floor ducting for power distribution. Three phase power. 2 roller-shutter doors for vehicle access 4.6m high by 4.45m wide. Mezzanine (accessible from East reception)Length 14.9mWidth 15mHeight 3.6mArea 223.5 sqm.
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