Welcome to Carbrooke Village hall
Carbrooke Village hall is based at the centre of the Village and overlooks the beautiful Millennium Green. As well as the main hall there is a bar with meeting space, a smaller meeting room a kitchen and toilets.
The hall benefits from central heating and there is ample parking outside.
Having a party or need a room for a meeting? Then why not book the recently redecorated village hall. A full bar with competitive drink prices can be booked
Prices from January 2019
Hourly weekday/evening rate for residents of Carbrooke £7.00.
Hourly weekday/evening rate for non-residents of Carbrooke £8.00.
Saturdays and Sundays: 10.00 per hour up until 5pm.
From 5pm onwards on a Saturday evening the hire will be £75.00 flat rate.
The deposit will remain £100.
MAKE A BOOKING
We are pleased to announce that our refurbished Hall is now open and taking bookings for 2019 and beyond. For enquiries or to book please contact Karrie Richards:
By Phone: on 01953 883577 Monday-Wednesday 9.00am-3.00pm
By email: email@example.com
Click the link to download a booking form and conditions of Hire.
You can check to see if the hall is free by checking the calendar.
Village Hall News
After several months of closure for refurbishments the Village Hall Committee is pleased to announce that the Hall will be back in operation from Monday 21st January. A huge amount of work and effort has gone into ridding us once and for all of our truly awful toilets and the new kitchen is looking pretty…Read More
The Village Hall will close to bookings on Wednesday 8th August to allow us the space to organise the store rooms in preparation for the building work. This work will include a complete revamp of the lobby area, new toilets (including a disabled toilet) and a new kitchen. The building works begin on 3rd September…Read More
After months of planning the village fete and flower show finally arrived last weekend. We could not have asked for a more perfect summer day. Those involved in the preparation and organisation did a fabulous job – especially Jim Lorne – so a big thanks to him and everyone who helped. More news soon about…Read More