Village Hall

Available for Hire for Functions, Occasions, Activities and Crafts

About the Village Hall

Grafton Regis Village Hall is a registered charity, and the committee is committed to maintaining the integrity and fabric of the building for continued use by the village and wider community.

Grafton Regis Village Hall was originally the school, built in 1873 and closed as a school in 1934.

The character of the Hall was enhanced in 2000 when local artists were commissioned to give it a Tudor style makeover, with many wall paintings depicting scenes and characters from the village's history. The centrepiece depicts the infamous final meeting of King Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey in the village which ultimately led to the split from Rome and creation of the Church of England!

The Hall is for hire for family and social gatherings and for business meetings.

Hall for Hire for family and social activities

The old school at Grafton Regis, now the Village Hall, is an ideal venue for social gatherings and family celebrations requiring a small to medium venue with a difference, located in this picturesque village steeped in history and tradition.
Grafton Regis Village Hall offers a unique Tudor-style hall with seating for up to 50 people - an ideal venue to celebrate that special family event or social get together.

It is often used for celebrations including Birthday parties, village lunches, arts and crafts and exercise classes (see Events for more information)

Village Hall set up for a Birthday Party

Village Hall set up for a Wedding Reception

Hall Hire for Business Conferences and Meetings

The old school at Grafton Regis, now the Village Hall, is an ideal venue for companies who want a small to medium venue with a difference for conferences, seminars or meetings, located in this picturesque village steeped in history and tradition.


The Hall boasts the following facilities suitable for both social and business purposes;


  • Seating for up to 50 people

  • Flexible layouts to satisfy a variety of requirements, including theatre style seating and separate tables

  • Projector with Large Screen

  • Free WiFi available

  • Tudor-style hall with beautifully artistic murals and decoration

  • Garden & patio area

  • Conservatory with additional seating and country views

  • Fully equipped kitchen

  • Trouble-free off road parking and access.

Click through the Gallery below to see the facilities

Enquiries & Bookings

Tel: (07528) 607 389

email: villagehall@grafton-regis.co.uk


For more images of the Village Hall and its beautiful interior, please see the Village Hall Art Gallery here


About Grafton Regis

Grafton Regis is a small, but historically significant village in South Northamptonshire, England. Elizabeth Woodville (The White Queen) married Edward IV at the Hermitage and it was once home to one of King Henry VIII's grand palaces which he frequented regularly throughout his reign. Today it is less regal, but still bears the marks of its rich history....


Village Hall:


Church Warden:


07528 607389

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