Fantastic venue for weddings, parties, classes and meetings.
Welcome to our village hall, situated in rural Buckinghamshire, close to the end of the Metropolitan Line (Chesham).
Our rural setting lends itself to many different types of functions – we have hosted weddings, parties (children’s and adults), there is a regular programme of classes and clubs (pilates, short-mat bowls, table tennis etc) and our annual three-day August Brazilian dance festival, Forro Fest.
- Main hall with kitchen and bar area (undergoing significant renovation in early 2018) with accessible toilet facilities and baby change.
- Recreation ground with a full-sized football pitch, changing facilities and car park.
- Annex which is suitable for meetings of up to 10 attendees (standalone or breakout from the main hall), with its own accessible toilet facilities and kitchenette.
Please see below for our current price list, hiring guidelines, terms & conditions and a list of Frequently Asked Questions that may help you to decide whether to make a booking enquiry.
How to book
Please check availability on the calendar below and then download, complete and return the booking enquiry form (link below).
How to complete the form: The boxes marked in red will change to green if information is entered as you move on to the next box. Alternatively you can print out the booking form and complete it by hand and return it either as a scan or by post.
If you require assistance completing the form, or have additional questions that are not covered by our FAQs or the information on this page, please contact the Bookings Secretary on 01494 757028.
The Bookings Secretary will be in touch once they have reviewed your completed booking enquiry.
Funds from the hiring of the hall are used for its maintenance and upkeep, ensuring that this most important of community assets is available for generations to come.
The hall is run by a committee of voluntary trustees. For more information or to find out about becoming a trustee, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org