Shackleford Village Hall started life as the Shackleford Institute, built in 1893 as ‘a private charitable club for the purposes of reading and recreation for its members …’. The Hall was opened by Lord Midleton of Peper Harow, who became its first president.
The original brick-built Victorian building includes an open vaulted hall, with a stage and ‘Green Room’ and catering facilities. The building incorporates a self-contained cottage.
The Village Hall is situated on Coxcombe Lane, just off the A283, close to the village green in the centre of Chiddingfold.
Chiddingfold Village Hall is a modern brick building, built in 1994, with a high roof and bright lights suitable for sports, as well as meetings and exhibitions. As a warm and welcoming venue with excellent acoustics, the Hall is also ideal for performances, presentations and events such as wedding receptions and parties.
The hall is on The A25 between Dorking and Guildford. about 1 1/2 miles from the village of Westcott
It can be found at the back of the car park to The Wotton Hatch Pub.
Built in 1933, Cranleigh Village Hall occupies a prominent site on Cranleigh High Street. It comprises of a main hall to seat 250 people with a further 31 on the balcony. There is also a side room for serving refreshments, and full changing facilities for productions.
It is an ideal venue for weddings, live music, theatre productions and arts/crafts fayres.
Tel: 01483 272311
The Village Hall, situated in Hall Road, dates back to the 15th century and is a large tithe barn conversion with exposed medieval timbers.
The main hall provides seating for 130. There are 37 car parking spaces. Wheelchair facilities have been installed, there is a toilet for the disabled, and the main hall has been fitted with a hearing loop.
Tel: 01483 898682
With about 160 square metres of floor area, an additional raised stage and its own kitchen, this outstanding hall will suit most requirements.
The hall, can cater for 180 people standing, 140 seated theatre style or 90 seated at tables. It offers an ideal venue for family parties, celebrations, presentations, sales, fund-raising events and conferences, to name but a few uses. Easy access and facilities for the disabled.
The War & Spottiswoode Memorial Hall: Registered Charity No. 200618 Walking Bottom, Peaslake. GU5 9RR
Bookings: Mrs Sherlock 01306731114
Tel: 01306 731760
The Trinity Centre is a large, fully accessible building just off Guildford High Street. It has light and airy spaces small and large and full modern kitchen facilities are available. You can use the Trinity Centre for meetings and presentations, interviews, seminars, training sessions, exercise and dance classes, rehearsals, breakfast meetings, lunches and suppers, private parties, receptions and music examinations.
The Trinity Centre, Trinity Churchyard
Tel: 01483 567716
St Catherine's Village Hall in Guildford (Surrey) is a community facility available for hire by local residents and groups.
The hall management trustees do not organise any events themselves. This web site includes a list of regular users.
Situated in the heart of Staplecross, Staplecross & Ewhurst Village Hall is an ideal venue for most functions. It has a large car park and seating for up to 150 people for parties, weddings receptions, meetings and stage productions.
It also has an above-average stage and backstage space, lighting and sound equipment.
The kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed to provide a buffet or a full sit down meal. Crockery, glassware and cutlery are available to hire. The hall also has a second, smaller kitchen which serves as a bar.
We might be a village hall, but we can be transformed into a sophisticated events venue at a fraction of the cost of many other halls and hotels. Bookings/Information: 07894 495479
The Street, Ewhurst
Tel: 01483 278378