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An Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty in the Sussex Weald
Burwash
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Burwash Village Hall

Burwash Village Hall

Burwash Village Hall is a non-profit making organisation, registered as a charity, and has been the centre for many activities in the village since 1907. Currently these include club meetings, parties, shows, the annual pantomime, barn dances, whist drives, bingo.

The building comprises a large main hall, a parish room for smaller meetings, male, female and disabled washrooms, a very well-equipped kitchen and a snooker club [which is separately managed]. A comprehensive range of china, tables and chairs are also available for hire.

Many of the events are arranged by the Management Committee not only to raise funds for essential maintenance and repairs but also to pay for improvements to the building. Every penny we raise is used for these purposes. The members of the management committee are volunteers and give freely of their time to the running of the hall and arranging and supporting events.

Many groups hold regular meetings in the main hall:

The maximum numbers covered under the Hall’s Health and Safety Policy are 140 at seated events and 180 at Discos/Parties/Dances etc.

When available, the facilities can be hired for children’s parties, adult parties/dances, jumble and table-top sales, meetings, lectures and other activities.

The Hall is situated at the western end of the village, opposite the Catholic Church and adjacent to Oakleys Garage. Ample parking is available in the Catholic Church car park and an additional small fee is paid to the Catholic Church for this facility. Alternatively, there is a free car park is in the centre of the village, adjacent to the Burwash Motel & Bear Inn.

Please contact:
Shirley Viney - Chairman 01435 882497
Peter Angove - Bookings 01435 883288
Michael Austin -Treasurer 01435 882086

Charity Registration No: 305350

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