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Village Hall

Wondering if anyone can help..
We live in Chippy and are looking for a hall for our daughters 2nd Birthday party in December. Does anyone know a good local one and any prices??
Thanks for your help

Re: Village Hall

Hi - can I recommend Great Rollright village hall? It's very well appointed with a fully-equipped kitchen, main hall, tables and chairs for well over 80, separate coffee area with great views over the valley.

Best of all for the kids it's got a adjoining play area with all the usual swings, slides, etc.

I'll wander over and get the number for you if you are interested.

Re: Village Hall

The parish rooms next to St Mary's Church might be an option. Central to Chippy, although partygoers would have to park in New Street car park (not a million miles away). Alternatively, Salford Village Hall is another I've used before. Neither have play facilities, but space and kitchen prep are all there. Sorry, don't have phone numbers for either, but they're not difficult to find.

Re: Village Hall

Quote: Ian T
Hi - can I recommend Great Rollright village hall? It's very well appointed with a fully-equipped kitchen, main hall, tables and chairs for well over 80, separate coffee area with great views over the valley.

Best of all for the kids it's got a adjoining play area with all the usual swings, slides, etc.

I'll wander over and get the number for you if you are interested.

Come to think of it, it is our village market this Saturday morning between 9:30 and 12:30, you could come along and have a look at the hall and the facilities. I'm cooking the bacon baps if you fancy one!

Re: Village Hall

over norton village hall great for kids party call 07880593597

Re: Village Hall

over norton village hall was very good as it fits a bouncy castle in

Re: Village Hall

St Marys parish Centre is brilliant. Facilities are great and not near any busy roads.

Church office: Emma Bayley who is there from 9:30 - 11:30 am every weekday morning.
She can be contacted on 01608 646202 or at office@stmaryscnorton.com.
The postal address is:
Church Office: Parish Rooms, Church Street, Chipping Norton, OX7 5NT.

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