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The village hall is owned by the village and run by the HCT on a non-profit-making basis for the benefit of the local community.
The Hall is available to hire to residents (at a preferential rate), non-residents, and local businesses and organisations, and is an ideal venue for parties, meetings, events and more.
The Hall is set in its own grounds with a large car park, playing field, tennis court, children’s playground and multi-use games area.
Covid-19 measures: we are committed to helping all users of the hall keep Covid-safe. See our What’s On page for further details.
Our play area is a favourite with 3-8-year-olds, and the Multi Use Games Area is ideal for older children up to 18 years old. There’s also a playing field for football and other games.
Available for hire all year round.
Our main hall is a spacious 35’ x 50’ (1066cm x 1524cm) with a newly refurbished sprung floor, which incorporates a full-size badminton court and is suitable for a very wide range of other activities and events.
“Moneyrow Green W.I. has met in Holyport War Memorial Hall for the past thirty-one years, using all the facilities for meetings, parties, entertainment, and other activities very successfully and happily. We send you our grateful thanks and wish you well in the future.”
Sylvia Jones, former President
“We are a club for the older people for the local community. We meet fortnightly at the hall and it is a fantastic space for our members to meet in, lots of space and easy access. The kitchen facilities are great, and the bar area is a great asset with the instant hot water tap to make hot drinks.”
Darby & Joan
“We use the hall every Monday during the school term. It is a great space for our group to meet in, plenty of space to play games and do our activities during our sessions. The stage area is great for when we do performance for the group or parents.”
“Lovely playground and grass area, loads of space”