A Beautiful Historic Essex Village on the Blackwater Estuary

A Beautiful Historic Essex Village on the Blackwater Estuary

 

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 Goldhanger Village Hall

Goldhanger Village Hall is regularly used for a wide range of activities & clubs. We have a large number of new chairs & tables available, making it a great venue for birthday parties, discos, children’s parties, quiz nights & theme nights. With our beautiful village church just 150 yards from the hall, it makes it an ideal location for wedding receptions, christenings or wakes.

For large parties you can comfortably seat 80 using our chairs and tables, although we have had wedding receptions where people have brought their own enabling them to seat more.

Click here for the Village Hall calendar

There is plenty of parking at the rear of the hall and adequate wheelchair access.

The Village Hall is a registered charity which is managed by the Committee for the use and benefit of the wider community on a non profit making basis. All the money that is raised from letting the Hall and from fund raising events goes towards running, maintaining and improving the facilities.

The Village Hall is in the process of raising funds to extend the hall and provide a larger foyer with improved facilities. You can see the promotional video for fundraising below.

For more information about bookings, events, and the Village Hall Improvement Project, visit their website here.

Click here for the Village Hall promotional video

New Social Groups at the Village Hall. Would you like to get together with like-minded people for mutual support, sharing of interests, hobbies, or other recreations? If you'd like to start, or enquire about, a new group at the Village Hall, please contact Steve Clarke. Read more here.

The Village Hall needs you. Goldhanger Village Hall Committee needs volunteers to help with organising, planning and helping out at events throughout the year, as well as the regular maintenance working parties to keep the hall ship-shape and Bristol fashion. Read more here.