Village Hall

LongworthVillageHallThe hall, centrally sited in the village, was refurbished after receiving a grant from the Lottery Fund. It now complies with all regulations and has good disabled access and amenities. The Hall is licensed to hold 100 people and also has a bar, kitchen and stage. It is a non-smoking venue. It is available for hiring for children’s parties, fund-raising events as well as discos, weddings and classes etc. All at very moderate fees.

Contact

Enquiries and bookings: Gill Carlisle 01865 821319 email: longworthvillagehall@gmail.com

Chairman:Acting chair Sue Sandbach
Vice-chair: Sue Sandbach

 

Hire Costs

Group Sessions:   £12.50 per hour
Children’s Parties:£55
Evening Parties (residents):£90 / £110 – Only available for Village residents
All Day Events:£180

Tables may sometimes be hired at a daily rate of £2.50 per table (by prior arrangement if not needed in the hall)
Chairs are not availble for hire

 

2 comments

  1. steve dineen

    Hello. Do you have any daytime availability for a 6-year-old birthday party on the 29th November? Can you let me know what the fees are?
    best wishes
    Steve

  2. Jane Bye

    Sue – please could you let me know whether the Village Hall is free on both Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th January 2015, and what the costs are for, say, an evening of 6.30–10pm.. I’m not sure whether you were at the Village Lunch at the school in the summer. My grandson, Seth, and his girlfriend Katie, provided some music. They are a duo who perform fairly regularly and are considering arranging an event at Longworth. Have there been other events of this nature previously?

    You can see/hear them on the web at Seth Bye and Katie Griffin in case you want to know what sort of thing they do.

    Awaitiing your reply.

    Regards, Jane

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