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 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.