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Village Hall

Radley Village Hall is used by many village groups. It also serves as a venue for public meetings and as a polling station on election days. Next to the Hall is a children's play area and behind the hall is the playing field. The hall is run by a committee of dedicated volunteers led by the chairman Graham Collett.

The Hall is available for hire. Contact Valerie Hicks (01235 554030) for conditions of hire, charges, etc. The Hall holds an Entertainment Licence from the Vale of the White Horse District Council covering events including discos. Hirers wishing to have a pay bar to serve alcohol will have to apply to the Council for a Special Events Licence.

Bingo – every other Wednesday – eyes down at 7.30 pm (see Calendar for dates)

The village hall offers:

  • kitchen facilities with serving hatch
  • separate lounge area with seating
  • disabled access and toilet
  • raised platform at one end of the hall forming a small stage
  • large car park
  • public telephone

Booking enquiries to Valerie Hicks on 01235 554030

Radley Village Hall, Gooseacre, Radley
Hire charges
Hall £13 per hour
Committee room only £9 per hour
Children's birthday parties   £45
Friday/Satruday evenings from 6 pm £90 for residents of Radley
£100 for non-residents
All adult functions/parties require a £100 refundable deposit

Hourly rates to include preparation time and clear-up time.

Location

Radley Village Hall is situated on Gooseacre (the first turning on the right off the Foxborough Road when entering Radley from the Abingdon direction). The full address is:

Radley Village Hall
Gooseacre
Radley
Abingdon OX14 3BL
Tel (hall) 01235 521780

Radley Village Hall and car park
The building was erected in 1977 on the former site of the Radley College vegetable gardens as a replacement for the much smaller village hall built in Lower Radley in 1924/25. The hall was extended in the 1990s to provide an additional area at one side, a refurbished kitchen and a disabled toilet. New double glazing and other sound proofing measures were installed in 2008.
 

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