Rhodes Memorial Hall – information

(charity no 301476)

Col. Fairfax Rhodes left this community a wonderful legacy, and as intended, it is there today providing accessible leisure and recreational facilities for us all.

The Rhodes Memorial Hall (in memory of his son John, killed in the Boer War) caters for a wide variety of local interests and is the regular venue for many of the local clubs & activities.

Then there are  Jumble Sales, Exhibitions, Lectures etc. It may also be hired for private parties.

There are two rooms, the Main Hall and the Reading Room (the smaller of the two), which may be hired separately or together for larger functions. There is a modern fitted kitchen and  a small car park at the rear of the building.

70 people can easily be accommodated.

If you are catering for a party at home, there is a very reasonable hire service of  china, cutlery, glasses and other kitchen equipment.

Click here for the location of the hall

Click here for details about booking the hall

Click here for the history of the hall

Click here for information about the Management Committee (Trustees)

Click here for details about the Village Hall Double Dice Lottery