Hiring – for availability please check the CALENDAR.
Booking – please complete a BOOKING REQUEST
The Hall has two facilities available for hire – the Main Hall with stage, and the Darenth Room. Each is self-contained and can be hired separately.
Fully fitted kitchen.
A bar licence can be arranged.
Building a hall with modern facilities is a priority. Through 2017/19 the Hall Trustees and the Parish Council have been working on plans for a new hall at Harrow Meadow, where additionally the football pitch will be turned through ninety degrees and levelled and the changing rooms refurbished.
Update July 2019
The new village hall project has been gaining momentum over recent weeks. The project committee has now revised plans and costings and are encourgaging residents to offer comments and support by completing their latest survey. You will find the survey plus the latest plans, which can be viewed and downloaded by visiting the ‘Have Your Say‘ survey.
Please click new hall status for further information.
The lottery has been running for several years and continues to be popular.
Total prize money now £23,000.
The proceeds are divided between prizes and the hall rebuild fund. There is a bumper draw twice each year.
Joining the lottery is simple – just complete this request. A lottery ticket can make a nice present and a gift certificate can be provided.
The Next Bumper Draw is in September 2019 for lottery members enrolled as at 9 September.
For sale – Eynsford Village Hall, The Heart of Village Life 1905-2005 by William G G Alexander at £5 each.
Written to mark the centenary of the Hall, William’s book records one hundred years of development and activity at the venue he regarded as the centre of village life.
William Alexander was born in Eynsford and farmed in the Darent Valley. He was Chairman of the Hall trustees for 24 years until 2001 and organised many fund raising events. He was awarded the OBE in 1984 for services nationally to agriculture. He was also the author of ‘A Farming Century’ – an agricultural history of the Darent Valley.
Click for the chairman’s 2017 report.
Click for the Hall’s 2017 accounts.
Eynsford Village Hall uses personal data for the purposes of managing the hall, its bookings and finances, running and marketing events at the hall, staff employment and its fundraising activities. Data may be retained for up to seven years for accounts purposes and for longer where required by the hall’s 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 via the website contact form.
Registered charity 302737
For Eynsford inhabitants for meetings and other forms of recreation and leisure time occupation (charity objects 1928).