The Village Hall

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The village of Byfield (population 1200) sits in the folds of the northern edge of the Cotswolds, in the south-western corner of Northamptonshire, close to Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.  Byfield is on the A361, 10 miles to the south of Daventry and 10 miles to the north of Banbury.

Byfield’s Village Hall is well placed at the heart of the village, only a few yards from the Village Green, with ample parking (over 30 cars) and close to the A361.  Its facilities support a wide range of uses, from events for over 250 people to meetings of just one or two – it is regularly used by many village clubs, societies and organisations, is a great venue for parties and wedding receptions, and enjoys commercial hirings by slimming clubs, dance academies, sports clubs and art classes.

The main hall is 60 ft by 40 ft, with a stage of 16 ft by 12 ft.  It can accommodate 180 people seated or up to 280 people standing.  It is licensed for music and alcohol, and has a well equipped kitchen & servery, including a commercial cooker, fridges and food preparation areas with crockery and glassware for 130 people

The hall also has a meeting room large enough for 32 people seated.  It is equipped with a small kitchen area.
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Both hall and meeting room have ramp access, a hearing loop system, and disabled toilet facilities.

For details of how to hire the village hall, please go to www.byfieldvillagehall.org.uk