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Saturday, 11 November 2017 10:19

Mt Eden Village Centre

The Mt Eden Village Centre is managed by the Mt Eden Methodist Church Charitable Trust, a partnership between the local community, the Methodist Church and Auckland Council.

This beautifully renovated Methodist Church and Hall is now the centre of community activity and enjoyment. Our vision is to support community participation in a broad range of activities, programmes and events. We proactively encourage involvement and participation by local people regardless of gender, age or ethnicity by being inclusive, accessible, welcoming and respectful.

The Mt Eden Methodist Church Charitable Trust was formed in 2008, initially to oversee the renovation of the Mt Eden Methodist Church and Hall and the construction of a service building linking the church to the hall, and subsequently to oversee the management of the Mt Eden Village Centre. The Trust consists of seven members drawn from the Methodist Church, the Mt Eden Maungawhau Village Centre Society representing the local community, and the Auckland Council.

There is a range of community activities and meetings including a range of Village events from music, exhibitions, debates, fundraising and private functions.

This beautiful venue is avaiable for hire with a range of rooms and facilities to cater for a number of uses.

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Published in Weddings
Saturday, 11 November 2017 10:18

Mantells

Mantells is the site of Auckland's former telephone exchange built about 90 years ago in Mt Eden in conjunction with Mt Eden Post Office [now "de Post" pub]. Inside Mantells four walls a large section of the roof has been removed to create a spacious courtyard containing 50 year old Phoenix palms. Wide verandas and an open fire complete the enchanting setting.

Inside there is a large dining room, open kitchen, two private spaces and gracious, high-ceiling lounge furnished with an eclectic mix of wonderful antique pieces and sleek modern furniture.

Mantells was started 11 years ago by Annette and Colin Mantell. Daughter Jane, son John and partner Tania manage Mantells. Annette [owner of the acclaimed French Cafe for 16 years], John and Tania have years of experience in the preparation and service of fine food. Widely travelled, they bring the latest international food trends to Mantells. Chefs Adam Moy, Angela Parekowhai, Serge Robertson, Mafi Falekaono and Phillip Spilhaus complete our team of full time chefs. Francois Cooney, the city's best known and loved Maitre'D, is the other key member of Mantells Mt Eden.Mantells is an Auckland functions centre situated in the middle of Mt Eden Shopping Centre. We are not open as a restaurant and accept only one function per day.

Mantells is a BYO (for wine & champagne) functions centre available for private or corporate functions, weddings, product launches and parties seven days a week. We have a venue hire, food, drinks and staff charge.

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Published in Weddings
Monday, 02 June 2014 12:00

Mt Eden Village Centre

The Mt Eden Village Centre is managed by the Mt Eden Methodist Church Charitable Trust, a partnership between the local community, the Methodist Church and Auckland Council.

This beautifully renovated Methodist Church and Hall is now the centre of community activity and enjoyment. Our vision is to support community participation in a broad range of activities, programmes and events. We proactively encourage involvement and participation by local people regardless of gender, age or ethnicity by being inclusive, accessible, welcoming and respectful.

The Mt Eden Methodist Church Charitable Trust was formed in 2008, initially to oversee the renovation of the Mt Eden Methodist Church and Hall and the construction of a service building linking the church to the hall, and subsequently to oversee the management of the Mt Eden Village Centre. The Trust consists of seven members drawn from the Methodist Church, the Mt Eden Maungawhau Village Centre Society representing the local community, and the Auckland Council.

There is a range of community activities and meetings including a range of Village events from music, exhibitions, debates, fundraising and private functions.

This beautiful venue is avaiable for hire with a range of rooms and facilities to cater for a number of uses.

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Published in General Services
Thursday, 13 March 2014 13:00

Mantells

Mantells is the site of Auckland's former telephone exchange built about 90 years ago in Mt Eden in conjunction with Mt Eden Post Office [now "de Post" pub]. Inside Mantells four walls a large section of the roof has been removed to create a spacious courtyard containing 50 year old Phoenix palms. Wide verandas and an open fire complete the enchanting setting.

Inside there is a large dining room, open kitchen, two private spaces and gracious, high-ceiling lounge furnished with an eclectic mix of wonderful antique pieces and sleek modern furniture.

Mantells was started 11 years ago by Annette and Colin Mantell. Daughter Jane, son John and partner Tania manage Mantells. Annette [owner of the acclaimed French Cafe for 16 years], John and Tania have years of experience in the preparation and service of fine food. Widely travelled, they bring the latest international food trends to Mantells. Chefs Adam Moy, Angela Parekowhai, Serge Robertson, Mafi Falekaono and Phillip Spilhaus complete our team of full time chefs. Francois Cooney, the city's best known and loved Maitre'D, is the other key member of Mantells Mt Eden.Mantells is an Auckland functions centre situated in the middle of Mt Eden Shopping Centre. We are not open as a restaurant and accept only one function per day.

Mantells is a BYO (for wine & champagne) functions centre available for private or corporate functions, weddings, product launches and parties seven days a week. We have a venue hire, food, drinks and staff charge.

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Published in Restaurant
Thursday, 06 March 2014 13:00

The Crystal Palace Theatre

The Mount Eden Theatre opened in 1916 with 765 seats. It's not a large theatre but it's very nice inside. It has a lovely molded ceiling in the lobby and the main auditorium is very nice with molding all over the ceiling and walls and a lovely fancy arch over the screen with dark red curtains around the screen.

Lovely wall lights covered with crystal studs over them done up like chandeliers.

There is a ballroom located on the sub-ground floor beneath the cinema which was very popular from the late 1920's. By 1973 this area was in use as a licenced cabaret room. The Crystal Palace Theatre was closed in the mid-1990's

At times and for private bookings the theatre shows a selection of movies.

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Published in General Services

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