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Seating and tables for up to 80 people
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Offset “stage” style area for disco or food serving
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The village hall is licensed to accommodate 160 people excluding staff, attendants and performers. The main hall will accommodate between 60 and 100 if seated at tables, depending of course on how they are arranged.
There is a small kitchen with cooker, microwave and fridge. Tables, chairs and crockery can be hired.
Anstey Village Hall
The facilities at Ashwell Village Hall are ideal for weddings, parties, celebrations, theatrical performances, music recitals and club meetings. There is ample off-street parking, stages, tables, chairs, kitchen facilities and china and cutlery - all available to hire.
The main hall can comfortably seat 90 people and the small hall can seat 40. For regular users there is also the added bonus of discounted rates. So if your club or society wishes to have a weekly meeting place, our Village Hall is the perfect venue.
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The Barkway Recreation Ground and Pavilion, Cambridge Road, Barkway, SG8 8BS
Barkway Village Hall lies at the northern end of the village and is available to hire for everyone, with subsidised rates for local residents.
It’s a friendly, active hall, used regularly by all ages including Parent & Toddler Group, Carpet Bowls, Karate, Pilates, Zumba and Barkway Picture House. The main Hall can accommodate up to 126 people, making it ideal for parties and weddings. The newly refurbished Committee Room can be hired separately for smaller meetings.
There is a stage, with lighting, sound amplification and a newly installed projector with drop down screen, perfect for showing films and big TV events such as the Olympics, all available to hirers at no extra charge. Tables and chairs are provided and there is a sprung wooden floor which is especially suitable for keep fit and dancing. There is also a fully equipped kitchen and fully licensed bar area.
As Church Schools we are deeply influenced by the Christian faith and its values, treating every member of our school communities with respect and offering Christian pastoral care. Our schools are places where all feel happy safe and secure and where we offer the very best educational opportunities to all whatever their gender, or ethnicity. We want to develop independent, confident children who value learning and enjoy school. EYFS and Year 1 are taught at Barkway School and Years 2, 3 and 4 are taught at Barley School. High Street, Barkway,Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 8EF
High Street, Barkway, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 8EF
The Town House (which means Community or People's House) is one of the oldest buildings in the village and is the village hall.
The beautiful Town House plays host to a number of events throughout the year and can be hired for you to hold your own.
As Church Schools we are deeply influenced by the Christian faith and its values, treating every member of our school communities with respect and offering Christian pastoral care. Our schools are places where all feel happy safe and secure and where we offer the very best educational opportunities to all whatever their gender, or ethnicity. We want to develop independent, confident children who value learning and enjoy school. EYFS and Year 1 are taught at Barkway School and Years 2, 3 and 4 are taught at Barley School.
Bassingbourn Community Library consists of over 4000 books to lend including the latest popular fiction, large print fiction, books for Children of all ages and a local interest reference section.
Through the Cambridgeshire County Library we can order almost any book you may need free of charge and, as a member of the County Library there is access to the Library's online services.
To find out more please call in at the Old School Community Centre, High Street, Bassingbourn SG8 5LD where our friendly Volunteers will be able to help you.
There is a Cafe, free wifi and children’s toys.
We are open Monday 2pm - 4.30pm Thursday 2pm - 4.30pm & 6pm - 8pm Saturday 10am - 12pm
Contact: 07593853189 during opening hours or email@example.com or find us on Facebook
Bassingbourn Community Primary School
North End, Bassingbourn
The Revd Dr Caroline Yandell
Rev’d Sue Fender
Sec. Gillian Darnell
Sunday school each week
This is an excellent school; there is a strong positive ethos, where all students are known as individuals and achieve some fantastic qualifications. We are all very proud of our school and the educational opportunities that it provides for our wonderful students.
Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge, CB3 0AP
Chrishall Holy Trinity and St Nicholas C of E Primary School,
Chrishall Village Hall,