Welcome

Goldhanger Village Hall is regularly used for a wide range of activities & clubs.  We have  a large number of new chairs & tables available, making it a great venue for birthday parties, discos, children’s parties, quiz nights & theme nights.   With our beautiful village church just 150 yards from the hall, it makes it an ideal location for wedding receptions, christenings or wakes.

For large parties you can comfortably seat 80 using our chairs and tables, although we have had wedding receptions where people have brought their own enabling them to seat more.

For discos or parties the capacity is 100.

We can give you details of our local caterer,  who has worked within the hall many times, but if you prefer to cater yourselves, there is a well equipped kitchen and you can make full use of appliances, hostess trolley, china, cutlery etc., all within the hire price – no extra cost!

There is plenty of parking at the rear of the hall and adequate wheelchair access

The Village Hall is a registered charity which is managed by the Committee for the use and benefit of the wider community on a non profit making basis. All the money that is raised from letting the Hall and from fund raising events goes towards running, maintaining and improving the facilities.

The Committee looks forward to supporting existing activities within the Hall and to welcoming new and additional uses of the Hall and its beautifully maintained field, from within Goldhanger and beyond.

Recent Posts

Wed 12th Dec – Film Club: Waking Ned

A hilarious film set in a small town in Ireland called Tulaigh More, where one of their 52 inhabitants wins the lotto jackpot of nearly seven million pounds. When nobody claims it, the town goes on a search to find out why. They find the winner, old Ned Devine, dead — a smile on his face, clutching the winning ticket. Well, in Ireland, the lottery winnings must be claimed by the purchaser, which puts the town in a spot — if the lottery officials discover Devine dead, he forfeits his money. What ensues is a community coming together in hopes of getting his money to split 51 ways. What they learn is the importance of friendship and the true value of money. To reveal any more would spoil some major surprises, but suffice it to say, it involves aging actors David Kelly, 69, and Ian Bannen, 70, naked.
Genre: comedy
Cert: PG