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Welcome to King's Somborne Village Hall


Village Hall 

Romsey Road, King's Somborne, Hampshire, SO20 6PP

Charity Number 301866


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The King's Somborne Village Hall is available for hire for activities which have association with the parish of King's Somborne with Ashley and Little Somborne, for activities such as stage productions, exhibitions, dances, wedding receptions, parties and recreation uses. The hall is managed by the King's Somborne Management Committee and is administered by a team of volunteers who look after such things as cleaning, maintenance etc.


The hall comprises a main hall with a capacity for up to 200 people. A fully renovated kitchen includes a cooker, refrigerator, microwave, commercial dishwasher and cutlery and crockery cupboard holding 120 place settings. Toilet facilities, include facilities for the disabled. The main hall also incorporates a well equipped stage area.  Sound and lighting facilities are also available.  Usage of these is not automatically included in a booking, and the detailed requirements of hirers should be discussed at the time of booking.

The Jubilee Room is a light, airy room that may be hired out separately for smaller events that do not require the full size of the Main Hall. It may also be booked in conjunction with the Main Hall as a Reception Room and/or Bar when holding a big function

There is also a committee room which may be used for venue for small group meetings, with seating for typically 10 to 20 people in comfort.


The pavilion area including changing rooms is also supervised by the Village Hall Management Committee. This part of the hall is available for sport functions on the recreation ground.







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