The Council owns community halls in 13 locations throughout the District. The level of management involvement ranges from full building ownership with onsite custodian to having service contracts with grants for community-based groups. In this section: Thames War Memorial Civic Centre Multi-Purpose Room at the Jack McLean Community Recreation Centre, Thames Pauanui Hub Meeting Room Whangamata Hall Whitianga Hall We assist with funding at nine community halls, most of which are owned and operated locally. Council Halls Venue hire rates in Thames, Whitianga, Pauanui and Whangamata vary according to the facilities you wish to use, whether it is to be hired for a community group, private function or commercial organisation and based on casual or regular use. Many of our venues have full kitchen facilities and are very popular (so book early!). Enquire about venues or make a booking by contacting us. Fees The process for setting fees and charges is through the Annual Plan, and some new fees and charges start on 1 July. Community Halls Community halls, on the other hand, are operated separately to us and these include the: Coromandel Citizens Hall Tairua Hall - Contact Sam Smith at the Tairua Information Centre 07 864 7575 Coroglen or Gumtown Hall - 07-866 3804 Hahei Hall - https://www.hahei.co.nz/index.html Cooks Beach Hall - firstname.lastname@example.org Hikuai Hall - Contact Mary Jury 07-864-7815 Te Puru Hall - Patricia Steen 07 8682924 and email email@example.com Kuaotunu Hall - www.kuaotunuhall.co.nz Tapu War Memorial Hall - Contact Denise Lyon on 07 868 4862 Opoutere Hall - not available for public use at this time. You will need to contact operators of these halls direct to make a booking and contact details are available to assist you. Hall operators can apply to Community Boards for grants to help with improvements. Community grants open in the month of July. not available for public use at this time.