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Northill Village Hall

Northill Village Hall is situated at the heart of pretty Northill Village.

It is opposite the beautiful 13th Century Church of St Mary Virgin, very close to ‘The Crown’ village pub and restaurant, along with the duck pond, small green, and the village school.

The Hall is an attractive single storey building dating from the 1970s and which has benefitted from significant investment and refurbishment. 


The Hall is primarily used as community space for hosting a varied range of events.

It is used as a Polling Station on election days, and offers a range of users a place to call home for their many and varied interests, some of whom also have storage.


Large hall measuring 20 metres x 8.5 meters

Kitchen, including: two large electric cookers with double ovens; fridge; freezer (in small bar area); sinks; kettle; hot water urn; and crockery and cutlery for 100 covers. Roll up or down hatch for serving into the hall.


If you think the facilities which the Hall has to offer might be suitable for your event, then make an enquiry as to the availability of the hall by completing the Booking Enquiry Form

The hall is managed by a committee of volunteers, responsible for hiring out the Hall, fundraising, day-to-day maintenance, and the making and implementation of longer term development plans. It is a registered Charity.