Church of the Holy Rood Edwalton

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Church Hall

The Church Hall was originally built in 1964 on land that the Church had acquired on Vicarage Green, Edwalton and it has been used by the Church and the wider Community more or less on a continuous basis ever since. The prefabricated building was assumed to have a life of 25 years; it has outlived that time by a further 14 years due to the diligent care and attention of the successive caretakers and volunteers, and a major refurbishment in 2003.


The Church Hall is not located adjacent to the Church but is situated a short distance away, and is available for hire for various functions for up to around 200 people, with music up to 11.00 pm.


Alcoholic drinks may be consumed on the premises but not sold in any way unless a licence is obtained at the users expense.


The facilities consist of a stage with curtains; a kitchen with hot and cold water, crockery and cutlery, toilets, a smaller meeting room/changing room, and tables and chairs, and the Church Hall is heated. Limited car parking on site is available.

Stage lighting is currently unavailable but temporary stand alone units may be bought in if required (extra charges will apply).


The regular weekly users of the Church Hall include the Boys’ Brigade, Brownies, and on occasion various life style parties such as Weight Watchers. In May 2019 the Hall is being used as Polling Station


Further information on bookings can be obtained from the Church Hall Bookings Secretary by telephone or e-mail. Use the ‘Contact Us’ link above.


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