Headley Village Hall and Stores were built and given to the village in 1903 and have been owned through a charity since 1919. To mark the millennium, the hall was extensively renovated and offers an excellent venue for meetings, classes and social events.
Located near Epsom, Ashtead and Leatherhead, Headley Village Hall is in a picturesque setting, overlooking open fields in the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty where there are many pleasant walks. The hall is conveniently situated adjacent to the village stores and its highly rated tea rooms and village pub, The Cock Inn. Catering may be organised through the tea rooms, if desired.
The hall size is 30’ x 19’ (9.2m x 5.8m) and has seating capacity for 60 people. Upholstered dining chairs and 10 tables are supplied. There is a fully fitted kitchen with glassware, crockery, cutlery and electrical appliances including a cooker and food warmer, microwave, fridge, urn and kettles. The hall and toilets have disabled access, and there is wifi and a piano for general use.
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