St James Church Hall 

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St James Church Hall is a great venue suited to all kinds of events. It is situated immediately behind the church building.

What the Hall offers:

  • Modern building in a quiet, convenient location.
  • Spacious hall 
  • Large, on-site car park.
  • Large, well-equipped, well-maintained catering kitchen.
  • Serving hatch onto main hall.
  • Central heating
  • Disabled access
  • 3 toilets, including one that is wheelchair accessible
  • Can accommodate up to 100 persons.
  • Available for one-off and regular bookings.
  • Alcohol may be consumed on the premises (but not sold without the relevant license).
  • Ideal for BBQs, treasure hunts etc. - backs onto a large meadow with basketball court. 

Hire Fees:

  • £10.50 per hour weekdays (from 6am Monday to 6.00pm Friday)
  • £14.00 per hour weekends (from 6.00pm Friday to 6am Monday)
Community groups can apply for discounted rates further details on request.
Items available for hire for a small additional fee include pots and pans, cutlery and crockery.
A refundable £50 damages, cleaning and key deposit must be made by bank transfer into our bank account .
For terms and conditions and details on how to make a booking you can see and download our  St James’ Church Hall Hire Information terms and conditions document here.
 


Availability:

To check availability for our Church Hall, check our Church Calendar. Church Hall bookings are shown in red.

NB Due to Coronavirus restrictions we are not taking bookings for parties at present.  Maximum numbers in the hall at this time are limited to 20.

Enquiries:

For all enquiries, please contact St James Church Hall Coordinator, Hilary Perowne
   hilmad1842@gmail.com


Booking:

For terms and conditions and details on how to make a booking you can see and download our  St James’ Church Hall Hire Information terms and conditions document here
Please Note that there are an additional conditions of hire during Covid which can be found here

 

 

Heather Graham, 02/12/2019