Once upon a time it was commonplace that couples would visit their local church then proceed to the village hall. A wedding was an event for the community to come together and celebrate. Today we can get married on the side of buildings and have receptions in aquariums but the idea of coming together as a collective to celebrate has never changed – and why should it?
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 Wedding?
Let’s be honest, our Village Hall isn’t the Ritz, but it could easily be made to look like it with some creative vision! It’s infinitely more cost-effective and a great way to get small and large families together so you can spend your money where it matters. A Wedding in a village hall is always special because it’s a blank canvas with very few creative restrictions so you can make it unique to your big day. Your Wedding can be cool, romantic, blousy or fun – you really can have it all your own way.
A brilliant find! Lovely light hall and pretty outdoor space. Very well equipped kitchen and to top it all amazing value for money. I would highly recommend for a Wedding Reception.Emma & Lee Bride & Groom
You’re welcome to pop by and have a look at the Village Hall and explore if we’re the right place for your big day.
- Capacity for up to 100 (seated) people in the Main Hall
- x 3 light an airy spaces
- Fully working kitchen with crockery, glasses, cutlery, hobs etc
- Projector for those all important best man speeches
- Super fast internet
- Toasty central heating
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Outdoor space
- No corkage fee
How much does it cost to hire?
The main Hall can be hired from just £10.40 per hour, or you can hire the whole complex for a day from – £430.00.
As we’re an independent charity, so by booking your wedding 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.
Do you have a Ceremony Licence?
Unfortunately at the moment we do not have a licence for Marriages or civil partnerships. But there’s plenty of places you can get married nearby:
- St Peter’s Church, Upper Beeding
- St Botolph’s Church, Botolphs
- St Nicholas Church, Bramber
- Amberley Castle
- St Marys Hous, Bramber
- Brighton Dome, Brighton
- Brighton Town Hall, Brighton
- Worthing Dome,Worthing