Castle Combe Village Hall
Castle Combe is often described as the prettiest village in England and is known the world over for its mellow stone 15th Century cottages. The Village Hall is in the centre of the village with its own parking area at the rear. The hall has been refurbished in recent years with a modern kitchen, toilets including disabled facilities and new oil central heating.
60 seated (42 with tables), 80 standing
The main hall is 18 metres by 5 metres with emergency exits at both ends. There is no stage. 50 seats available plus sufficient tables for the hall's capacity (see below).
The kitchen is fully furbished with two sinks, hot and cold water supply, ample working surfaces, crockery, cutlery, glasses, electric cooking range, dishwasher, refrigerator, hot water urn, microwave. There is a serving hatch to the main hall.