Hatley Village Hall is a clean, pleasant, functional and roomy community facility available for hire every day from 8.30 am to midnight on an hourly basis.
It offers 105m² (14.37 x 7.31 m; 1130 ft²) of floor space, can seat 85 (or 120 standing), has good acoustics and a new kitchen and boiler. It’s ideal for meetings and parties – there’s a large car park and we only rent to one user per session.
The tables and chairs were renewed in 2014, a new kitchen and boiler were installed in March 2016, new internal doors were fitted in 2019 and the fire escape signage renewed in 2020. The floor is part carpet, part wood, making it ideal for discos.
The french windows open on to a small garden area – great for barbecues in the summer.
The hall, built in 1960, is used for parish meetings, the annual village quiz, talks and the Hatley Christmas Tea – as well as private parties and wedding receptions. It is also the village polling station. A defibrillator, installed in 2019, is by the front entrance.
Hatley Village Association (HVA), on behalf of Hatley Parish Council, organises several events each year to help raise funds to maintain the interior of the hall – our News and events page details all upcoming events.
Hatley Village Hall – address
Hatley Village Hall
1 Main Street
Hatley St George
Hatley Village Hall – to view and hire
To view or access the Hall, please contact Kim Wilde, Hatley Parish Clerk:
Hatley Parish Clerk
Tel 01767 650 596
Hire of the Village Hall + booking form
The hall can be hired by Hatley residents and non-residents for functions such as parties, exhibitions and meetings – contact details above.
- Hire costs are £11.00 / hour – £8.50 / hour Hatley residents.
- £55.00 minimum charge for Friday and Saturday evenings.
- Commercial lettings: minimum booking fee – £100.00.
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Hatley Parish Council uses the hall for its meetings, usually on the third Tuesday of January, March, April, May, July and October.
Any issues regarding the hall are discussed at the Parish Council meetings
Page updated 7th January 2021