Please note that we here at www.stokegolding.co.uk have no involvement in bookings or other arrangements regarding the Village Hall (or any other facility in the village). Please use the links below to contact the hall Management Committee or Bookings Clerk. Thank you.
Stoke Golding Village Hall is a community hall run by a Management Committee for the benefit of the residents of Stoke Golding, for social and educational purposes. The management committee is operated as a registered charity (charity number 510121).
The hall itself was built in 1961 and occupies a prime position on the village recreation ground. Over recent years the hall has been significantly modernised and improved and its size and location lends itself to a range of uses. The hall comprises a main hall of approx 135 sq metres (badminton court size) with a stage at one end. At the other end of the building there are ladies, gents and accessible toilets. Above there is a separate room (the committee room) of some 25 sq metres. There is a kitchen with two sinks, fridge and a domestic cooker. There are ample folding tables, chairs and crockery for use by hall users.
The hall is licensed for public performance of music, dance and film. It does not hold a drinks licence for the sale of alcohol (you do not need a licence to consume alcohol), but a temporary event notice (TEN) license can be applied for through the local council.
The hall is almost fully booked and supports a number of user groups who provide activities for the local community and beyond. You can find details of these groups on their User Groups page. The hall is also available for private hire by individuals and you will find information about availability and how to book on their Bookings page.
For many years the hall has hosted a diverse programme of performing arts through the Centre Stage Rural Touring scheme. Please see the Village Hall’s Shows page for information on future shows and for details of how to book tickets.