The Hall was originally built in 1923, and stands in a prominent position in the village, at the junction of the High Street, Granborough Road and Quainton Road.
It is one of the main focal meeting points in the Village, and holds numerous weekly activities. It is available for hire for both Village residents and other local groups and can be booked for groups of up to 100, for Weddings, Parties, Discos and meetings.
About the Hall
The building consists of a large 13 x7 m hall, with a wooden floor and a tall open ceiling, giving it a light and spacious environment, with a maximum capacity for 100 people. You enter the hall through a porch area; to the side of the hall is the kitchen area and toilets. Within the hall is a portable staging system, chairs and tables, for both children and adults. Surrounding the hall is a grassed garden area which can be used with the hall during the summer months.
The entire Hall is centrally heated (cost included in hire charge) and in good decorative order. The Hall offers seating for up to 100 people and catering equipment includes hot and cold water, a cooker, a refrigerator, a freezer, some crockery and cutlery and a hostess trolley.
How to Book the Hall
To book the Hall, or to make enquiries about doing so:
You can check on the availability of the Hall by looking at the confirmed bookings in the Village Diary.
To make further enquiries, please contact the Parish Clerk, Jan Roffe, at email firstname.lastname@example.org
The booking fee and any deposit requirement can be paid online. You will get confirmation of the new reservation and banking details in writing and will be able to view the booking in the Village diary.
Village Hall Address: Granborough Road, North Marston, Buckinghamshire, MK18 3PD
During term time, the Schorne Pre-School uses the hall every weekday between 9.15 – 14.45
Other regular activities include a Mother and Toddler Club, Brownies, Monday Club and the local MADS group (Marston Amateur Dramatics Society).
The Village Diary shows all the confirmed Hall bookings.