Naming days and naming ceremonies
Want to keep your own home in good order, but need loads of space for friends and family while celebrating and welcoming a new addition to your family? Relax, we’ve got it covered. With a standing capacity of 150 in the main hall you can invite all extended family and still have oodles of space. If you’ve got an entertainer there’s also staging and a sound system.
How to book
Take a look at our booking calender to check your dates and when you know what’s what – get in touch with our Booking Clerk Julie who’ll be happy to help with any questions you might have.
Get in touch with Julie our Booking Clerk
Why book a village hall for a naming day or ceremony?
As you probably know, a naming ceremony is non-religious and gives parents the opportunity to gather with family and friends to welcome their child into the family. As there’s no legal aspect to this type of ceremony, they can be held wherever you like, and you’re welcome to organise your own celebrant and to use the Hall as you see fit. Holding parties and celebrating in village halls feel kind of nostalgic and they make perfect venue’s for DIY parties as they’re cost-effective and you can tailor everything to suit your child and their guests. It also makes it easier to accommodate and any food allergies or specialist requirements if you cater yourself. It’s a perfect venue and always special because it’s a blank canvas with very few creative restrictions – so you can make your party unique to your needs.
How much does it cost to hire?
The main Hall can be hired from just £15 per hour for residents or £25 for non residents, or you can hire the whole complex for a day from – £430.00. This includes use of all the facilities including the cooker and any other equipment.
We are an independent charity, so by booking your party with us, you’re also directly helping contribute to the future of the hall and putting something back into the local community – this will ensure we’re here for future generations.
Awh, we loved having our naming ceremony at the Village Hall, it was just great to have such a big space for everyone to enjoy.Emma Local Mum
Naming ceremony venue facilities
You’re welcome to pop by and have a look at the Village Hall and explore if we’re the right place for your naming celebration
- Capacity for up to 150 people (standing) in the Main Hall
- x 3 light an airy spaces
- Fully working kitchen with crockery, glasses, cutlery, hobs etc
- Projector for any cool projectors / films you might want to show
- Super fast internet
- Toasty central heating
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Outdoor space