Community hall for hire

Cadmore End
Village Hall

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Village Hall Hire

The Hall is adjacent to the St Mary Le Moor Church and lends itself to Weddings, Christenings and other family events/special occasions.

The Hall is adjacent to the Cadmore End Cricket Club ground and has connections with the Primary School nearby.

Available for hire daily throughout the year. The venue is ideal for a wide range of activities including meetings, talks, concerts, exhibitions, fitness groups, social events, Wedding Receptions, Pre-school /Montessori, Dancing classes, Whist, Pilates, Yoga, Tai-Chi, Bridge, Exercise classes, Art and Crammer Classes.


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The Hall is approximately 14m X 6m (84sq m) and has a Table seated capacity for 80 persons dining and a maximum seating of 100. Full central heating. Separate Ladies and Gents Lavatories plus Disabled lavatory.


All electricity and heating costs are included in Rental charges.


Containing stainless steel double sink/drainer with separate hand wash basin, electric cooker,double oven, microwave, fridge, Hostess trolley hot plate warmer, dishwasher, kettle and hot water urn.
Also available are dinner plates, side plates, bowls, cups, saucers, knives, forks and spoons, plus wine and drinking glasses at a small extra cost.


Garden area approx. 10 m X 12m opening onto a large Cricket Field

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Hire Charges:

Monday-Thursday £12 per hour
Friday before 6pm £12 per hour
Friday after 6pm £15 per hour
Friday all day £120
Saturday before 6pm £15 per hour (minimum 4 hours)
Saturday after 6pm £20 per hour (minimum 4 hours)
Saturday all day £150
Sunday £15 per hour (minimum 4 hours)

Weddings by arrangement

View our Village Hall Terms and Conditions

View our Village Hall Health and Safety Guidelines



Clifford Miller (Chairman)
Hamish Keith (Treasurer)
Peter Jennings
Judith Crichton
RoseMarie Simpson
Alison Jones (bookings secretary)
Jan Sharpe