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Exterior of Halam village Hall

Ideal for:

Wedding Receptions
Birthday Parties
Children's Parties
Clubs and Societies
Training Sessions

There is disabled access throughout the building

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©2012 Halam Parish Council

Welcome to the Website of Halam Village Hall, Halam, Nottinghamshire

The Hall was built in approximately 1896 and is a former Methodist chapel.
It was bought by Halam Parish Council in September 1991 and was converted to the current Village Hall.

The Hall is available for both village events and for hire by individuals with a maximum capacity of 100.

With the help of a National Lottery Grant, the kitchen has recently undergone a full refurbishment and has been awarded 4**** by Newark and Sherwood District Council.

It briefly comprises a large general purpose room, kitchen with serving hatch,
ladies, gents and disabled toilets. Tables, chairs and crockery are available. More...
There is wheelchair access throughout.

There is parking on the forecourt for six vehicles and parking is also available on the road.

The Hall is bookable by the hour and discounts may be available for local and regular hirers.

Current Users include: Yoga Lessons, Lowdham Young Farmers Club, Mum and Toddler Groups
Halam Women's Institute, Halam Parish Council, Southwell Young Farmers Club.

For news of recent and upcoming events - check out our Facebook page.

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