Upcoming Events

Maisemore Village Get Together

Come out of winter hibernation and meet friends and neighbours at Maisemore Village Hall on Saturday 27th April between 10am and 12 noon for a bacon butty breakfast. Now that Spring is (hopefully) in the air it’s a great opportunity for a catch up or, if you are new to the village, to get to know the local community and all it has to offer. The Village Hall is a fantastic community resource and we hope you will be able to come along to give your support. Everyone is welcome – we would love to see you. Maisemore Village Hall Committee (Contact Denise Sheldon 01452 913292)

Functions in the Hall

Maisemore Village Hall hosts many functions from small meetings, through to dance classes, plays and weddings. We welcome your event and any questions you may have. Please feel free to Contact Us for further information.

Weddings and Events

An ideal location for your wedding reception or an event such as party or a disco. Use the spacious hall or add a marquee for greater capacity or to separate the seating from the music and dancing.

The hall is licensed for alcohol upon application and an outside bar may be run.

With uninterrupted views down an avenue of lime trees to the beautiful 15c church, Maisemore Village Hall is ideal for your special occasion. why not come and take a look?

Meetings

Whether you have a small or large meeting, Maisemore Village Hall can offer a choice of rooms for meetings of just a few people up to nearly two hundred.

The more intimate Committee Room is perfect for meetings up to around 30 people. For larger gatherings then the Main Hall is capable of seating up to 120 people

Clubs, Societies and Classes

The height and width of the main hall make a great airy space for your club meetings, and an excellent location for classes where having that extra space makes the difference.

The hall is used for Council Meetings, Friendship Club, Maisemore Arts and Drama Society (MADS), History Society, Dancing Classes, Bowling, and many more clubs and societies.