Tysoe Village Hall

Tysoe Village Hall

The hall was founded by Canon C T Bernard McNulty (The Canon of Coventry and Vicar of Tysoe 1924 – 1934, and who is buried in St Mary’s Tysoe). Having identified a need for a venue for public meetings and enjoyment, his inspiration and effort ensured that the existing building was designed and built within 2 years – all paid for through local private donations. The Hall was officially opened on 18th January 1930.

Tysoe Village Hall now comprises three separate spaces which can be hired individually, or together, to suit the needs of the hirer and provides a welcoming, accessible and affordable community village venue.

Tysoe Village Hall can be hired by Residential/Domestic/Private users. There is also provision for a licenced bar.  The Hall also makes a great venue for your wedding reception, children’s party or meetings (projector and screen are available).  The hall can also be used for fitness classes as it has a wooden sprung floor.

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Hourly Hire Rates between 8.00 am and Midnight are

Hall                                       £8.00 per hour

Kitchen                               £5.00 per hour

Committee Room          £6.00 per hour

Heating, if required, is available at an additional cost.  Tables, chairs, crockery and cutlery can all also be hired.

For more information regarding the hall, facilities and to see what clubs and events are running, please visit www.tysoevillagehall.org.uk , where you can download the latest brochure and booking form.

Should you wish to make a direct enquiry please contact Jacqueline Franklin (Bookings’ Secretary) on 01295 680051 or email jacquelinedfranklin@me.com