ABOUT LAVERSTOCK & FORD VILLAGE HALL
A Reema Public Hall Type 150 built in 1967 as St Andrews Church Hall. Although still owned by the Church it was leased to the Parish Council in 1992 as Holding Trustees with day to day management being the responsibility of an elected Management Committee. Renamed Laverstock and Ford Village Hall with charitable status being gained in June 1993. It is widely used by Voluntary Groups, Clubs and for a large variety of private events. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Salisbury and with ample parking in its own car park.
Main Hall and Stage. The main hall is approx 42×24 and can accommodate 130 people for dancing and 180 for close seating. Padded stacking chairs and a variety of folding tables are available. A portable skittle alley is also available at no extra charge. The area is ideal for Family Parties, Social Events, Barn/Line Dancing,Toddlers and Children’s Parties. The Stage is 16×24
Committee Room. This is a small room adjacent to the main hall measuring approx 15×11. It is available for hire at a modest charge and is ideal for small meetings, workshops, arrangement of buffets, etc.
Laverstock and Ford Village Hall, Park Road, Laverstock, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1RQ
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