Hyde Park Hire - Christchurch
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Wedding and function marquee specialists based in Christchurch. Services include all equipment, seating, tables, marquee, staging and heating. 40 years experience in corporate and private parties.
Hyde Park Hire specialise in wedding marquees but also provide staging for other outdoor events, from private celebrations to corporate functions. All equipment is available for hire, from the tent itself to seating, crockery, glassware, table settings, heating, lighting and portable toilets. Catering referrals are also possible. All group sizes catered for, from intimate gatherings to grand events.
A separate permanent venue - Larcomb Event Centre - is also available, sited at 307 Larcombs Road, Rolleston. Room for 300 diners, more for theatre-style events. Refurbished in 2010, it contains a large events room and a smaller room for more intimate gatherings.
Largest Room Capacity: Unlimited
Event Rooms: Marquees - Unlimited; Larcomb Event Centre Main Room - 300 (dining), 400 (theatre-style); Small Room - 80 (dining), 100 - theatre-style).
Facilities: Lighting, Heating, Tables, Chairs, Toilets, Set Dressing, Catering Referrals, Decoration, Dance Floors.
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