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The hall is owned by the parishioners of Bucklebury and run by volunteers.
It is available for rent both for one off events or on a regular basis. So is perfect for parties and other celebrations or for a whole variety of activities
Situated at the end of the village of Upper Bucklebury, ajoining The Common, the hall is in a peaceful part of this quiet Berkshire village.
We have three rooms which may be suitable for your event.

The Main Hall

The mail hall has a floor area (excluding the stage) about 10m x 8m and can take 160 guests for a party
98 seated as an audience in rows
or 88 seated at tables for a reception (see Terms and Conditions)
It has a stage which, apart from its original purpose can be used for an entertainer, a band or a disco.
There are sufficient rectangular tables (should be 10 680x1820mm 2 680x910 though some may be in the store room beyond the committee room) to seat 88 using our layout. There are also 8 5' round tables though less can be seated using the round tables
There are 98 chairs and clips to join them together for layout in rows (67 are in the chair store, the rest in the store room beyond the committee room)

There is a fully fitted kitchen with cooker, professional warming cabinet and microwave a substantial amount of crockery and cutlery About 80 dinner, side, desert plates and sets of cutlery
Similar numbers of cups and saucers
About 40 mugs
But no glasses (supermarkets and wine merchants will loan you those)
The cooker has 4 induction rings and 2 radiant rings. The induction rings require steel or iron pans - the hall has a set But note that we do not supply washing up liquid or cloths, you will need to bring your own.
There are 100 chairs and both round and rectangular tables. Round tables are more suitable for sitting and eating but the Hall seats more using the rectangular tables.
The hall is accessible to wheelchair users
It is therefore an ideal venue for

The Oak Room

This self contained annexe is about 9m x 6m in size and has a sprung floor covered in dance grade vinyl.
There are 10 rectangular tables (should be 8 680x1520mm 4 680x915 mm) and 40 chairs
It has its own kitchinette where drinks and snacks can be prepared and some food reheated
There is a large kettle, about 40 mugs and some other crockery
It has its own toilets
It is suitable for a variety of activities including

The Committee Room

the Committee Room

This room, 3.6x7.6 m is suitable for meetings of up to 20 people and is an ideal venue for