Welcome to Bradenstoke Village Hall. It is situated in the heart of Bradenstoke, which is adjacent to Lyneham.
The Hall is approximately 150 years old. It was the Village School until 1962. It became the Village Hall in 1969.
The Hall has undergone some major updating in order to make it a better venue for hall users and to reduce our energy use.
The work has included lowering the ceilings in the main and small halls, installing LED lighting, updated and more efficient heating and insulation. The hall has also been painted inside and out.
A number of clubs and occasional hall users have benefitted from these alterations.
Bradenstoke is a village with much history which includes an abbey and many historic buildings.
To hire the hall, the contact details are on this page, you will be most welcome.
The size of the main hall is 30feet by 17 feet, the small hall measures 15feet by 13 feet. There are folding doors between the two halls.
The standing capacity for both halls is 75. Seating capacity for the large hall is 45 and 15 for the small hall. There is no limit to the rear outside but a maximum of 20 on the decking.
The hall has a music licence and a council licence and is fully insured.
There is disabled access to the hall and a disabled toilet.
1 large hall, and 1 meeting room
Kitchen, 2 toilets, disabled toilet. Lovely garden area, with great views.