The Village Hall occupies a superb rural location overlooking fields and open country. It has capacity for between 90 and 200 people, depending on the type of event – eg seated at tables or close-seated – with basic kitchen facilities, a small corner stage and toilets. There is a limited amount of car parking space (for c. 8-10 vehicles), although cars may also be parked carefully on the road.
The hall was erected in 1963 on the edge of the village playing field, which is home to the Huish Champflower Cricket Club. The field was gifted to the Parish in 1958 by the King George’s Fields Foundation. The hall and field are used for a variety of local events including the Village Fête and the Harvest Supper, and accommodates meetings of local groups such as The Womens’ Institute and the Parish Council. It is available for private hire through the Booking Secretary.
The Village Hall is entirely dependent on local volunteers, donations and hire fees. To book this facility for your own event, please check the Village Diary to see that your date is not already taken and then contact the Booking Secretary.
Hire conditions can be found by clicking on this link HCVH Terms & Conditions (Rev July 2019).
A Booking Form can be found by clicking on this link HCVH Booking Form
For other enquiries, please contact the Village Hall trustees at Hall@HuishChampflower.org.