Licensing Act 2003 - Premises and Alcohol Licence
The St Mary Bourne Village Centre Committee has been granted a new premises licence which has been issued under the Licensing Act 2003 and is subject to conditions. This licence took effect on 24th November 2005.
Licensable activities authorised by the license and the times the licence authorises the carrying out of licensable activities, including seasonal opening hours etc, are summarised as follows:
Plays - Monday to Sunday - 1pm to midnight - up to three performances annually may finish at 1am
Showing of films - Monday to Sunday - 3pm to midnight
Indoor Sporting Events - Monday to Sunday - 9am to 11pm
Live Music - Monday to Sunday - 9am to midnight - up to five occasions annually may finish at 1am
Recorded Music - Monday to Sunday - 9am to midnight - up to five occasions annually to 1am
Performances Of Dance - Monday to Sunday - 2pm to midnight
Similar to Music or Dance - Monday to Sunday - 9am to midnight
Provision of Facilities for Making Music - Monday to Sunday - 9am to midnight - New Year's Eve to 1am
Provision of Facilities for Dancing - Monday to Sunday- 9am to midnight - New Year's Eve to 1am
Provision of Facilities for Similar - Monday to Sunday - 9am to midnight - New Year's Eve to 1am
Late Night Refreshments - Monday to Sunday - 11pm to midnight - up to four activities annually to 2am
Sale or Provision of Alcohol - Monday to Saturday: 10am to midnight - Sunday: midday to midnight - up to 2am on New Year's Eve and to 1am on up to three occasions annually
Alcohol is supplied for consumption on the premises
Opening hours of the premises
Monday to Sunday - 9am to 0.30am - closed Christmas Day
Licensable activities authorised by the licence include the sale and/or supply of alcoholic drinks for consumption on the premises at a function or event at the following times:
Monday to Saturday - 10am to midnight
Sunday - 12noon to midnight
Under the new licensing arrangement any user group or hirer may apply for authorisation to sell and/or provide alcoholic drinks to the public at their function or event.
A licence is also required where tickets are sold to the public, an entrance fee is charged, and then alcohol is provided, or where payment for alcohol provided is requested 'by donation'.
The only exceptions being private parties where no money changes hands, and when attendees bring their own alcoholic drinks and none is sold or provided by the organisers.
A charge of £20 for each function/event applies, £30 applies for two, £45 for three functions/events taking place on successive days.
It is essential that hirers read the terms and conditions before signing the application form.
No alcohol shall be sold and/or be provided until the Designated Premises Supervisor (Michael Widén) of the Village Centre has authorised the application.
For further information and an application form contact Miss Angela Cook (bookings secretary) on 01264 738158, Michael Widén (personal licence holder) on 01264 738083, or any of the trustees.
Last updated: 20 January 2012