The Hall is situated in a rural setting surrounded by fields, with a small car park and on street parking in Reynolds Lane. An entrance is provided for disabled visitors. The adjacent field can also be rented. Download Brochure
It was built to commemorate the coronation of George VI in 1937.
It is licensed for use by up to 110 people. It has a large hall, stage, lighting, keyboard, hearing loop and loudspeaker equipment. The kitchen was built in 2001 and is a full catering kitchen which can cater for 100 people. There is also a separate servery.
Regular uses include anniversary parties, children’s parties, wedding receptions, lunches and suppers, talks, dances, discos, film shows, band practices and various activities.
A coffee morning is held on the first Wednesday of each month from 10.30 am to 12 noon. Entrance £1. All residents and visitors are very welcome. There is a bring and buy stall where there is always a good selection of books, priced from 10p to 50p – excellent if you want some holiday reading!
Do come! It is a chance to meet friends and make new ones. The proceeds help to maintain the Hall.