Welcome to Bridge Village Hall


During this current outbreak, the hall remains available for use, but almost all public and society events have been cancelled.

Please click here to read the current protocols for using the hall

Please click here to read our current policy statement

To provide details for Test and Trace, please click here

Where is the hall?

28 High Street

Please note that access to the Hunter Room is from the rear of the hall, via a path leading to Union Road.

Covid: We are operating a one-way system. Enter the hall via Union Road, exit through the front door to the High Street

The Village Hall viewed from the High Street

Current users of the hall

PlaygroupEvery day
PilatesMonday & Thursday


MonthlyOther users
WIArt exhibition
Fish SchemeParties
History SocietyQuizzes
HorticultureJumble Sales
Parish CouncilWine & Wisdom
National Vegetable SocietyLocal Committees


To book the hall, please email bookings@BridgeVillageHall.org.uk
or contact Mark Esdale on (01227) 832740.

The hall costs £13.00 per hour, the Hunter Room is £10.00 per session. (Special rates are avaiable for those living in Bridge village)

Click here for more booking information and to download Conditions of Hire, the Hirer's Checklist or a Booking Request Form


The hall has an entertainment licence and can accommodate up to 100 people Covid: Total number of people in the hall is now restricted to 22.

There is a kitchen area for reheating food, with a cooker, 'fridge and microwave. Covid: Kitchen should not be used. Refreshments should not be provided for events

There is full disabled access to the main hall and a disabled WC.

The floor in the main hall Inside has just been sanded and revarnished (It is no longer marked out for a badminton court).

Upstairs is the Hunter Room Hunter Room which is a convenient space for committee meetings. The Hunter Room access is via stairs, so is not suitable for wheelchairs.

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For further information about the hall, please contact: Mark Esdale

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