Priston Village Hall
www.priston.org.uk/villagehall

Festival Supper 2019
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Our address:

Priston Village Hall, High Street, Priston, Bath, BA2 9EG
(see map)

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History of  Priston Poor House & School
Improvement and planting plans 2012
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Photos:
May Day
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Village Social
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VILLAGE HALL NOW OPEN!!!

The Village Hall has now reopened following a major refurbishment project.

As well as major repairs to the roof, there have been upgrades to the kitchen and to the toilet block, and the hall has been redecorated throughout.

Our thanks go to everyone who supported this project, and to the National Lottery Community Fund and the St John's Foundation for grants which made the project possible.

ENTER OUR PHOTO COMPETITION - CLOSES 31 DEC 2019
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Introduction
Priston Village Hall is one of the key hubs of  Priston social life.  It is located on the village green, next door to the Ring O' Bells public house and is within walking distance of the Church of St. Luke & St. Andrew.  See map for details.  

The Village Hall is run by a committee of residents and representatives of local groups.  It is registered as a charity (Reg. no. 277636).  The Committee Chairman is Gail Pattison (email: gail@pristonpattisons.force9.co.uk, tel: 01761 470609).

Hire of the Hall

The Hall is available for hire and is licensed as a place of public entertainment. 

The main space (excluding stage) is 11.6m x 4.9m.  The hall can cater for parties of up to 100 people, or 60-70 people seated. Ultrafast broadband is now available. 

The building is equipped with a stage (2.8m x 4.9m), pull-down projection screen, kitchen (with microwave, cooker,  tea-urn, crockery & cutlery), lavatories (including one equipped for disabled users), trestle tables and chairs. Cotton tablecloths may be requested  (via Maggie Rideout at 01761 471308 or   vhbookings@priston.org.uk or from Michele Cameron 01761 479409).  A hearing loop is also installed.

You can view photos of the exterior and interior of our hall on our web album.

Limited parking is available in the Village Hall Car Park (included in hire charge).

Organisers of events at which alcohol will be available for sale need to agree this when booking the hall, and will also need to apply for a Temporary Events Notice.

Hire Charges
Please view our Charges for Hire.

Bookings
Contact Maggie Rideout for bookings on 01761 471308 or by email at vhbookings@priston.org.uk.
You can check availability by viewing a calendar of current bookings below.

History
The building was formerly the village poor-house, and subsequently became the village school, which closed in 1970.

Events
Each year the Village Hall Committee organises a May Day Fair, which is the principal fund-raising event for the maintenance and upkeep of the hall.  A Village Social takes place in Jan/Feb each year.

During the week the Hall is in use by Tai Chi, Circuit TrainingSaturday Café and Pilates.  The Hall is also in frequent use for Parish Council meetings, birthday parties, wedding receptions and other celebrations, the occasional cricket club pantomime, quizzes, art exhibitions and other assorted events.

Marquee
Priston also has a marquee available for hiring to the residents of Priston and the immediate surrounding villages.
Size: 10x4 Metres. Rates are as follows: Priston - £35  (In VH Car Park - £50)  (Non villagers in VH Car Park £100)  Tent taken to nearby villages - £80   Any other requests will be subject to negotiation and dependent on availability of a rigging team.  
Further information from: Doug Pattison on 01761 470609 or email.

Booking Calendar

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