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The newly refurbished Village Hall is available to hire for community gatherings and private functions. Please ring the Bookings Secretary on 07826 340143
 

 


Our Village Hall

Located just south of Dorking, Beare Green Village Hall has a lot to offer groups and clubs, or the casual hirer for private functions. Close to the A24, and with a large free car park, the community building has a spacious main hall, a second smaller hall, a library area and an additional meeting room. Both the halls have their own unique views overlooking the picturesque village pond.

The village hall building is adjacent to a large modern children's play-area and a grassy park with picnic tables provided by the BGCA.. The airy kitchen is well-equipped with a big oven and hob, dishwasher, serving hatch, and enough place settings for 100 people. The toilets have recently been completely rebuilt to include a disabled access toilet and baby-changing facilities.

The large hall is used by several local groups (see them here) as well as being ‘the place to go’ for private parties, business meetings and coffee-mornings. It can seat 100 comfortably and has capacity for a maximum of 280 people standing and seated. The smaller hall is regularly being used by various local clubs and groups. It is perfect for smaller groups of up to 45. The committee room has a capacity to seat 20 people.

Do get in touch if you would like to come and see whether the hall meets your requirements.

You can see what's on at the hall on our Bookings Calendar here
If you wish to book the hall Terms and Conditions can be found here
The current hall booking charges are here
To book the hall please complete the Booking Form found here
If you would like to support our efforts to further improve our village hall please download a gift aid form here

 

 


If you would like to support our efforts to maintain and improve our Village Hall by making online purchases through Easy Fund Raising at no expense to yourself please use the link below.

   
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