Booking, Calendar and FAQs
Barrington Village Hall can be hired on an hourly basis (download of hire rates)
Weddings have a separate charge, more information can be found here
To claim the rate for residents, the hirer must be on the electoral register of the Parish of Barrington and must be hiring for their personal use and not on behalf of another.
Please contact the Booking Secretary Eileen Cockburn for our Wedding Package.
You can find out if the hall is available on your chosen date from our events diary.
You can find out how much the hall would cost from our hire charges below.
Should you either telephone or email the hall please leave your contact details.
Every hirer is required to complete a Terms and Conditions of Hire, also to download and complete and send a SIGNED Hiring Agreement to the Booking Secretary with a cheque for the deposit. Our Treasurer will then invoice you for the balance one month prior to your event. Until the Booking Secretary receives the Hire Agreement, it is not a confirmed booking. Hirers may also pay by bank transfer.
Is there parking at Barrington Village Hall?
There are 15 car parking spaces plus one disabled parking space. Additional parking is possible on the field to the left of the building (subject to
weather conditions). Parking is NOT allowed in front of the main doors!
How many people can be seated in the hall?
There are several scenarios for seating – please enquire via our booking secretary for seating plans
Can we use our own caterers?
Yes, you can – please see our contacts list or ask the booking secretary
At a wedding are we allowed to use confetti?
Yes, you are as long as it is cleared after the event
How can I join the committee?
Please contact our chair or in fact any other person on our contact list
Can we have candles at a party?
No – the hall is fitted with highly sensitive smoke detectors. We cannot allow any naked flame. LED candles are permissible. The hall is a designated non-smoking zone.
Is there Wi-Fi connection at the hall?
Not at the moment, this should be available towards the end of 2016
Does the hall have a drinks license?
The hall does NOT have its own alcohol license. You will need to apply through SSDC for a TEN (Temporary Events License) and provide our booking secretary with a copy as well as displaying the notice in the bar area at your event.
Can the playing field be used by anyone?
The Playing field is a public area. However, for events on the field you will need to obtain permission of the village hall and the parish council.