Whitbourne, WR6 5RR, Herefordshire, England
Availability: Mondays to Saturdays all year.
Hire Costs: Contact us for details.
There have been 6 reviews of Whitbourne Village Hall.
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by 4 months ago
Clean and tidy. Well maintained and managed.
by 4 months ago
As an invited guest I had the pleasure of attending the hall for a meeting. The hall is set in delightful surroundings with excellent parking. I have visited many village halls during the past few years but this one is a credit to the people who operate it. Clean and well maintained with good facilities is an understatement. Gerry Matthews, Frelance Photographer
by Gerry Matthews 5 years ago
We have used Whitbourne Village Hall for our committee meetings and AGM for a number of years. We have always found the halls clean/tidy and the equipment stored away in an easy to use location, the kitchen is always spotless and the equipment in good working order. the toilet facilities are always clean and well serviced. Car parking is good. The play area is great for kids and easy to keep an eye on We respect the easy rules and always try to leave the hall as we would like to find it. We do not agree with other negative comments about the hall, if you wish to walk away without tidying up then expect to pay more. All in All an excelent venue.
by 5 years ago
Only hire the hall if you are prepared to return every piece of cutlery and chair to the exact spot in which you found it. Or prepare to be told off like a naughty school child.
by 6 years ago
Good hall with all the mod cons you need. Plus it's in a lovely location surrounded by beautiful countryside and just next to a big village playing fields.
by 7 years ago
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