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Since the mid-1990s the Angel Suite has been available to individuals, groups, families and companies to book for a wide range of uses, including after-wedding functions, meetings, formal dinners and celebrations of various kinds.
There is a fully-fitted kitchen and a bar (pictured below), which can be opened for use when required.
A review of charges was listed on the agenda at the Town Council's April meeting, held at the venue on Monday evening.
Coun Rob Waltham suggested councillors needed more time - perhaps several months - to consider a detailed issue.
Coun Deb Dunderdale thought that, overall, the hire charges seemed expensive.
Coun Mike Storey felt the council would need to consider how often the Suite was used and by whom. The review needed to take a "business-driven" approach, while taking into account community useage.
"We have really got to look at this very carefully," he added.
Coun Chris Dyson said they needed to know what other venues were charging.
Coun Jane Kitching said collecting such information would be "a big task" taking some time.
Deputy Town Clerk, Alison Hannath, said the cost of staging a wedding-related function at the Angel was 'reasonable' compared to some others.
Coun Waltham's proposal to defer the review of charges for debate at a future meeting was agreed.