Mountnessing Village Hall is modern and purpose built. It can comfortably accommodate up to 24 Bridge tables, and has in the past gone to even higher levels. The hall is fully equipped for disabled access, and it includes female, male, and disabled toilets and a fully equipped Kitchen. There is ample car parking behind the Hall - sufficient for around 25 tables of Bridge players!
The hall is set adjacent to an ornamental garden and to a small playing field. There are two pub-restaurants located immediately opposite the Hall, at least one of which serves food early on Thursday evenings.
Mountnessing is a village just off the A12 trunk road, which runs diagonally through Essex from London towards the East Anglia Coast. It is located to the north of Brentwood and south of Chelmsford. Mountnessing Village Hall is situated on the B1002, at the crossroads in the centre of the village.
From the south, leave the A12 just north of Brentwood at junction 12, onto the B1002, signposted to Mountnessing and Ingatestone. Continue for approximately three quarters of a mile. The entrance to the Village Hall car park is on the left, just past the crossroads.
From the north, leave the A12 at junction 13, onto the B1002, signposted to Ingatestone. At the end of the slip road turn right towards Mountnessing, and continue for approximately one mile. The Village Hall is on the right, just before the crossroads, and the entrance to the large car park is immediately before the Hall.
Note the Hall does not have a postcode of its own, but CM15 0UG will direct satellite navigation and other mapping systems to one of the two pub-restaurants located directly across the road.
Further details about the venue can be found at its own website at www.mountnessingvillagehall.co.uk