Ferring Village Hall is a Community facility; it has been designed to be as flexible as possible to meet the varying needs of the local community. It contains a spacious Main Hall and two separate meeting rooms called the Club Room and the Griffin Room. Each of these three rooms has a separate kitchen facility. The rooms are centrally heated and are naturally ventilated. The Hall has been designed in accordance with current regulations for disabled parking, disabled access and a disabled toilet.
Ferring Village Hall has attained a HALLMARK1 quality of standards scheme for village halls as certified by ACRE (Action in Rural Sussex). A copy of the certificate can be viewed under Downloads.
The Village Hall and rooms are available for hire every day between the hours of 8am and midnight or at such other times as the Management Committee may specifically allow.
“Ferring Village Hall uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, fundraising, running and marketing events of the hall, staff employment and its fundraising activities. Data may be retained for up to 7 years or longer where required (eg: by our insurers). If you would like to find out more about how we use your personal data or want to see a copy of information about you that we hold, please contact the Hall Secretary”
The Village Hall is an ideal venue for a variety of activities including:
- Club and society meetings
- Amateur dramatic societies
- Arts groups
- Dancing and music
- Bridge and chess
- Computer groups
- Receptions for weddings, children’s parties etc.
- Business meetings, conferences, sales, promotions and corporate events
The Village Hall has a wide and flexible range of facilities including:
- The Main Hall with seating for 140 people, a wooden dance floor and a stage at one end of the Hall. The Main Hall has a separate kitchen and its own wc’s.
- The Club Room with seating for 60 people and a separate kitchen facility.
- The Griffin Room with seating for 25 people and a separate kitchenette.
- Parking at the front of the Main Hall for 8 cars plus a disabled parking bay.
- Wi-Fi access in the Main Hall, Club Room and Griffin Room. Connect to Wi-Fi network BTHub3-M6XK and the password is Griffin1.
Friends of Ferring Village Hall AGM
You are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 15th January 2020
Starting at 7.00pm
In the Club Room at the Village Hall
- Introduction (Village Hall Trustee)
- Election of a Chairperson
- Election of a Secretary
- Election of a Treasurer
- Election of two further Committee Members
- General discussion of matters relating to the group
Further details from: Jane Crathern, 5 St Helier Road, Ferring BN 12 5EZ
*Please note that the name may change depending upon the decision of the Committee when elected
Exciting Times for Ferring Village Hall
Ferring Village Hall has entered an exciting phase of its development as it approaches the centenary of its establishment back in 1924. The legacy left by Mrs Henty has resulted in a vibrant community asset used by a wide range of groups and occasional users whose interests range through the arts, theatre, music and dance, to history and horticulture – to name but a few.
The Hall is in excellent condition, financially viable, and the Trustees work hard to maintain it at a high standard. For example, the roofing has recently been inspected and is being improved. New double-glazed windows have been fitted and the central heating system has been overhauled. Attractive new signage will be fitted outside the building soon, to complement the colourful posters on the outside notice boards. Future plans include more effective insulation of the building and fund-raising for new floors.
In recognition of the work and efforts of the Trustees, Ferring Village Hall has been awarded Level 1 of the Hallmark Quality Scheme run by Action in rural Sussex.
To find out more about our activities why not attend the Village Hall Open Day on Saturday 25th January 2020 from 10am to 2pm? This is an opportunity to meet Village Hall Trustees, Friends of Ferring Village Hall, and Hall Users who will be demonstrating their various interesting activities. Attendees will be encouraged to give their views on the future of the Village Hall, including building developments and any other issues they may wish to discuss.
Further details from the Secretary, Clyde Fordyce. Call 01903 249553 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Friends of Ferring Village Hall are continuing their successful start by planning social and fund-raising events which will be open to all. If you would like to join the Friends (free) please come along to one of their events. For further details email email@example.com or write to: Jane Crathern at 5 St Helier Road, Ferring BN12 5EZ.