Yaxham Village Hall

Yaxham Village Hall is a classic community hall built by the community in 1987 and run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers.

It's an ideal venue for all types of social events, weddings, birthday parties, dances. The floor of the main hall has just undergone renovation and now looks in sparkling new condition.

The hall has a fully equipped kitchen and a licensed bar run by friendly staff and is also licensed for performances and music.  In addition to the main hall there is a meeting room that can accommodate 50 people and we are currently in the process of renovating a separate 150 year old building which we hope to have available for smaller events.

There is a large playing field available for those occasions where outside facilities are needed.

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  • Accessible Toilets
  • Committee Room
  • Entrance
  • Kitchen
  • Main Hall
  • Small Hall
  • Staging
  • Store Room
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Free hi speed wi fi
  • Large Car Park with ample parking for large events
  • Baby changing (in disabled facilities)
  • Cooker
  • Cutlery
  • Dinner Crockery
  • Defibrillator (just in case)
  • Fridge
  • Glassware
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Piano
  • Public Address System
  • Public Telephone
  • Sound Equipment
  • Tea Crockery
  • Urn
New Trustees
We are always looking for new blood to give us fresh ideas and forward thinking, to ensure that our wonderful hall continues to play a valuable and relevant part in the community.
We urgently need somebody to take on the role of Booking Secretary and are also looking for somebody to take on the important function of Secretary to the Association. Some of our current trustees have been with us from the very beginning and life has changed considerably from those early days.
Please contact Peter Smith or any of the other trustees, if you can contribute to the future development of our association
New Booking System
Sadly, Carlie Hawkins has had to relinquish the role of Booking Secretary mainly for health and family reasons. We would like to thank her for the sterling efforts she has made in making the system more streamlined and effective.
As we do not have a replacement to take on this role, we are having to change to an operation which relies on a message system or online. We will try to answer enquiries as quickly as possible. Online contact is the preferred method, as this can be accessed by more trustees and therefore likely to generate the quickest response. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause, but this is the most effective system that we can adopt at the moment.
Forms are available on the Booking Form or Contact pages of this site or call 07375 922 277

Advertising in the Newsletter

The newsletter is circulated to every household in Yaxham. This represents a valuable advertising opportunity for local businesses and therefore, we will be updating the style of the newsletter to accept advertising.
If you would like to advertise in the next issue or help with the preparation, then please contact Peter Smith or email yaxhamvh@gmail.com.

We are proposing the following very competitive rates:

Proposed advertising prices BUSINESS CARD (9cm x 6cm max) £4:00 QUARTER A4 PAGE (portrait orientation) £5:00 HALF A4 PAGE (landscape orientation) £9:00 FULL A4 PAGE (portrait orientation) £16:00. A5 portrait orientation advertisements will be charged at full page rate. Other than Business cards, all advertisement sizes have to include a 1 cm clear border around the advert to allow for printing within the page. Any text or object outside that border may not be printed

Neighbourhood Plan for Yaxham
If you are concerned about development plans in our village, then get involved with the NP4Yaxham
The plan is now with the independent inspector. It can be viewed at the following address - http://www.np4yaxham.com/regulation-16-plan.html
For the latest information on this very important issue go to http://www.np4yaxham.com 
If you have concerns, come along to the Parish Council meeting and express your views on planning issues and any other local concerns that you may have.


January Newsletter download available here

Due to health and technical problems, the January Newsletter was delayed. This is now available on the above link