About Hadstock Village Hall
Our Village Hall, an attractive Victorian building, is included in the Uttlesford Heritage List.
It originally housed the village school, has recently been modernised with help from the National Lottery fund, and is located next to the historic Church of St. Botolph in the heart of the village. The Hall is a registered Charity, held in trust for the benefit of the village of Hadstock and is run by a management committee made up of volunteers.
A number of groups use the hall on a regular basis: Hadstock Silver Band, Hadstock Bridge Club, Yoga, and Table Tennis. The Parish council, Hadstock Society and the VH Committee also hold their meetings here.
The hall is also available for non-commercial ad hoc bookings for an hourly rate of £10 (£12 from April 2023) for village residents and £15 for non-residents. A deposit may be required. We have a large main hall with raised stage area and an adjoining smaller meeting room, both centrally heated. Sound dampening panels are fitted.
Our facilities include; a kitchen with microwave, oven, hob, fridge, heated trolley, cutlery and crockery. Table cloths and tea towels are also available. We have separate toilets for men, women and a toilet for disabled users which also houses baby changing facilities. There is an attractive garden, with a pergola and outdoor seating with tables, a large car park to the rear and dedicated disabled parking and entrance.
To make enquiries or a booking please click here.
We hired Hadstock Village Hall for my daughters 5th birthday party (approx 20 children plus at least one parent per child). The hall was very clean and tidy. Great location, secure court yard garden. Plenty of space to entertain. Facilities very well catered for including everything you could need in the kitchen and children’s tables and chairs (adults also if needed). Private parking at the rear of the property. All of the above makes it a very attractive hire and we wouldn’t hesitate to book again.
I can’t think of any improvements. The kitchen and toilets were excellent too. It has such character. I personally love these traditional village halls so much nicer than some of the new bland halls!
Village Hall Bookings
- Pilates class on March 5, 2024 2:30 pm
- Private dance practice on March 5, 2024 5:00 pm
- Silver Band Practice on March 5, 2024 7:00 pm
- Haverhill Veterans’ Brass Band rehearsal on March 7, 2024 2:45 pm
- Hartbeeps on March 8, 2024 9:30 am
- Village Hall Committee meeting on March 11, 2024 7:30 pm
- Pilates class on March 12, 2024 2:30 pm
- Private dance practice on March 12, 2024 5:00 pm
How to find us:
Roads from Saffron Walden, Linton and Bartlow all meet at the Village Green. Turn into the small road between the Green and the telephone box and then turn left just past the bungalow. This road is the Church path and even narrower so please drive slowly and carefully. Follow the road as it bears left and you will see the Village Hall on your left and the Church on your right. General parking is behind the Village hall and there is a flat parking bay and disabled access in front of the hall. Please do not park on the Churchyard.
Our postcode is CB21 4PH
GPS N52 04.741, E00016.424
Hadstock Village Hall committee 27.7.22
From start to finish, the whole process was very easy. Jude was extremely helpful and made sure we were aware of all we needed to know. The small bar was an added plus! Everyone commented on it.
The facilities of the hall was more than we could have hoped for. Extremely clean and has a modern feel to it. The garden was fully enclosed, which gave the little people plenty of freedom to run about.