Medstead Village Hall is a Registered Charity, administered by the Medstead Village Hall Management Committee. The Hall is funded by income from: hiring's, the Medstead Times, fundraising events including 'Hit The Limelight' shows, grants & donations.

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Registered charity number 272333

Medstead Village Hall is situated in rural East Hampshire, about five miles West of Alton.

The Village Hall was originally built in the 1970s and recently underwent a complete refurbishment and improvement programme. This has resulted in the hall now being one of the best halls in the area. surrounded by beautiful countryside, offering amazing views and character.  

 

Facilities 

  • Main Hall - Capacity 200 people or up to 150 seated around tables or 120 for formal occasions. The Stage and Kitchen are both found off the main hall. 
  • Small Hall also known as the 'Wiltshire Room' - Capacity 50 people or up to 30 people sitting around tables.
  • Meeting Room also known as the 'Committee Room' - Capacity 10 people.
  • Free on site car parking.
  • Disabled access and toilet facilities.
  • Loop system for the hard of hearing.
  • Baby changing facilities.
  • Fitted well equipped kitchen - There is a large amount of crockery and cutlery available with hire.
  • Separate bar area within the kitchen. - There is a large number of glasses available with hire.
  • There are ample chairs and tables available, including round tables which can seat up to 10, small rectangular tables which can sit up to 6 and rectangular tables which can seat up to 8. 
  • Raised stage for bands and performances, with basic lighting.
  • Projection screen and digital projector (by arrangement).
  • Public Address (PA) system (by arrangement).
  • Patio area overlooking the village green with tables and seating.
  • Wireless broadband Internet access available (by arrangement).
  • Licensed for public entertainment, dances and alcohol sales.

Uses

  • Wedding receptions.
  • Private functions, clubs, organisations and public meetings.
  • Indoor sports, such as keep fit, yoga and badminton.
  • Family celebrations.
  • A wide variety of parties including, birthdays, anniversary or celebration. 
  • Fundraising events.
  • Entertainment shows, such as dances, film showings and live music. 
  • Theatrical performances, singing and music concerts.
  • Classes, lectures, training courses and workshops.
  • Business meetings, conferences, seminars and exhibitions.