St B’s Hall

St B's Hall

St B’s Hall

St B’s Hall was opened as a privately-owned Community Hall in 2008, after two centuries of use as a church, and has evidence of its previous use everywhere.

It was originally built as a Meeting House for “Protestant Dissenters of the Denomination of Independents” in 1804, and has since been Presbyterian, Unitarian, Congregational, United Reform and Catholic.

Inside St B’s

The Main Hall - set for afternoon tea

The Main Hall – set for afternoon tea

The Hall was completely refurbished in 2007/2008, and boasts a Main Hall of approximately 8 metres square, with a solid oak floor, and a carpeted upstairs Meeting Room of about half that size. There is a clean modern kitchen and a disabled toilet downstairs. It is centrally heated, has numerous electrical sockets, and has constant hot water.

It offers space for 60 people in a clean safe environment, and its rates are very reasonable:

It is ideal for exercise classes, company away-days, training sessions, children’s parties and family gatherings, as well as for small user groups.

Contact us to make a booking or, why not pop in on a Friday morning for a free cup of tea or coffee? You can drop in any time between 9.00 and 12.00 every week. Arrange to meet your friends – or come along and make some new ones.