Hale Village Hall

Hale is lucky enough to have a wonderful Village Hall. Visit the Hall website to find out what's on in your local community.



Hale Village Hall is currently used daily by Hale Primary School and weekly by Dog Training, Table tennis club, Hale Brownies, Pilates and Tai Chi.

Other regular users are the Hale Parish Council, Hale and Woodgreen Horticultural Society (alternating with Woodgreen Hall), Hale Film Club and Hale and Redlynch Cricket Club. It is also the venue for occasional concerts, social events and private parties.

There is a thriving monthly Food Market.


https://www.halevillagehall.co.uk/


Management

The hall is looked after by the Hale Hall Management Committee, which is appointed annually. It is composed of elected trustees, representatives for the village and the societies using the hall. The rental charged for use of the hall is used for repair and maintenance, together with additional money from fund-raising events as required.


Facilities

The Main Hall has a movable stage; a screen for slide projection; and seats up to 100 people. There is a storage room for the tables and chairs when not in use. The kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, a heated cupboard, refrigerator, dishwasher and two sinks. It has crockery and cutlery for 80 people. Showers and toilets (including one for the disabled) are available.

We now have an extra room to hire out! The newly refurbished Meeting Room downstairs is ideal for small groups of 20 people. Great for yoga, committee meetings  or small groups.

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