The village hall has one main room with a south facing aspect. The southern side is well provided with windows and a french door, admitting lots of good light. The room is much appreciated by art and craft classes. There are also windows on the northern side which provide balanced lighting conditions during daylight hours.
At night three separate areas of the room may be independently illuminated to provide the required mood and there are coloured spotlights round the edges of the room.
There is a well equipped kitchen in the north west corner with fitted cupboards and drawers and plentiful work tops. It has an electric cooker, a fridge, a hot water boiler and a kettle.
The hall is entered from the south east through a large heated entrance hall with coat hooks.
There are two unisex toilets off the entrance hall in the north east.
Hirers of the hall have the whole building to themselves during the period of hire which includes setting up time and clearing up time.
11m x 7m