A space for the community in Bourne End (Hertfordshire), with regular dance and exercise classes, social and music groups, and charity functions; along with small family gatherings, children’s birthday parties and christening celebrations.
Community Events Venue
The hall is used regularly for community events including quiz nights, wine tasting evenings, dinners, village socials, the annual Village Show, and other charity events.
Classes and Social Events
During the week, the hall is used extensively for different activities. There are dance groups, social groups, a choir, keep-fit classes and a whole lot more…!
Childrens’ Birthday Parties
Our hall is a great space to host a child’s birthday party. You have sole use of the building, with ample space for play and food, as well as an outdoor terrace for adults in the summer.
About The Hall
Bourne End Village Hall is situated on London Road, Bourne End ( A4251) on the north side just before reaching The Watermill Hotel and The White Horse. It is just over a quarter of a mile from the Bourne End exit of the A41 bypass and is almost in the centre of the village.
This beautiful brick built, exposed beam, wooden floored Hall is set in its own grounds with parking places for 21 vehicles. There are small lawns, a patio, planters and the surrounds of trees and vegetation complete the external picture with gated entrance and exits. Disabled access via ramps with a slight door lip is available, together with a disabled toilet.
The Hall was built in 1926 by public subscription and in 1994 ,with the assistance of Dacorum Borough Council, was extended, modernised, and provided with up to date heating, convenience and kitchen facilities.
With the ability to divide off the rear of the Hall with sound proofed doors, we can cater for a wide range of activities including weddings, parties, dancing, keep fit, ballet, dog training, meetings, children’s activities and dining.
We are a charity, number 1049597. The Hall is run by Management Committee Trustees who are voluntary.