General Information about Eridge Village Hall
Height to beam: 3.0m
Tables – for indoor and outdoor use
16 x Large: 1.9m x 0.63m
2 x Small: 1.0m x 0.63m
Fabric Chairs x 120 for indoor use only
42cm x 42cm x 84cm
Plastic Chairs x 55 for indoor and outdoor use
43cm x 43cm x 78cm
4.3m x 4.3m
Appliances: Electric oven with induction hob, microwave, 2 x kettles, 2 x large teapots, 2 small fridges, 1 small freezer, island table, hot water urn, hostess trolley, warming plate
Other kitchen/catering equipment:
Milk jugs x 6
Sugar bowl x 6
Wine glasses x 100
Pint glasses x 40
Hi Ball glasses x 70
Half pint glasses x 30
Small tumblers x 60
Teacups and saucers x 100
Dinner plates x 100
Side plates x 100
Dessert bowls x 100
Glass dishes x 24
Cutlery x 100 of each
Water jugs x 12
Saucepans (suitable for induction hob x 3
Chopping Board x 5
Trays x 4
Various baking trays, cooking utensils and chopping knives
Stepladders x 3
Soft brush for sweeping
Dustpan & brush
Mops and buckets
Note to Hirers:
We have 70 champagne flutes available to hire for an additional cost of £20
Hirers are responsible for cleaning the hall after use and bringing sacks to take away ALL rubbish.
All cleaning materials and cloths are to be provided by the hirer and taken away with them.
Toilet rolls and soap are provided in the toilets.
Please DO NOT put fat of food waste products down the sinks or toilets.
ALL rubbish must be taken away by the hirer and the end of the hire period.
Other important documentation can be viewed or downloaded here:
History of Restoration of Eridge Village Hall
Following extensive refurbishment over a period of five years, local MP Nus Ghani performed the opening ceremony at Eridge Village Hall on Saturday 25 July 2015.
The refurbishment completely modernised the hall, with the final stage of renovations bringing new toilet and baby changing facilities. It is now a state-of-the-art facility, supporting the community by serving as a venue for weddings, yoga, parties, musical performances and other events.
Locals, including representatives from local government, came together to celebrate the rebirth of the facility. The event featured afternoon tea, bubble-blowing and even a bouncy castle for those so inclined. Nus said:
“It was a real pleasure to be with the people of Eridge, who demonstrated the very best of community spirit by coming together to celebrate the reopening of the village hall. This facility is a wonderful expression of what it means to be a rural community.
“I congratulate all the volunteers who have been so central to the renovation project. I would particularly like to thank the Big Lottery Fund, Wealden District Council, Frant Parish Council and Rotherfield Parish Council for helping to fund the project, and Dr Stephen Hall for kindly inviting me along on behalf of the Village Hall Committee.”