Linton Village Hall

Village Hall cropped

Linton is less than 2 miles from Junction 3 of the M50 and the Hall is  situated in the centre of the village, next to St.Mary’s Church.

Built in  the 1870’s, the Hall was once the school, and it has two main rooms,  its’ own walled garden and car parking facility for approximately 20 cars. The gardens are well-maintained, enclosed by stone walls, and feature mature trees,  flower beds and a lawn,  making it ideal for outdoor events  such as garden parties, fetes, and  barbecues. The Main Hall and smaller Committee Room are ideal  for classes, business meetings, regular bookings and  special events; from a children’s party (the ceiling is high enough to accommodate a small bouncy castle), to a special birthday party or even an engagement/wedding celebration.


It has the capacity to hold 120 people standing, and will comfortably sit 60 to 70 people.  There are projection facilities,  skittle alley, and PA system. There is enough crockery and cutlery for 100 people which can be hired at a nominal charge. The kitchen is fully fitted and contains a cooker, fridge, freezer, coffee machine and a microwave.

Please contact our friendly bookings clerk on 07974 48 41 41 or email  We would be happy to discuss your requirements.  ‘Start-up rates’ are available for new ventures.


  • Car Park
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Dining
  • Hall
  • (see the  ‘facilities page’ for more detailed photos of the interior)

About the Hall: Linton Village Hall is a Victorian building that was once the village School. It has been sympathetically restored and improvements made, including modern facilities, kitchen and disabled access, yet still  it retains many of it’s characterful original features.

The building comprises entrance lobby leading to two Main Rooms with adjoining kitchen.  it is a versatile space and can accommodate a variety of purposes, including meetings, lectures, fitness activities, talks, artisan markets, and jumble sales, family celebrations such as Birthday and Christening parties, weddings and wakes.  Coffee Mornings and other enjoyable activities (Bingo, Music Quiz, for example) take place regularly throughout the year to raise spirits and funds for the Hall.     A bar licence can be obtained for any of the above  events.

The Hall offers  excellent conferencing facilities, we can supply

  • a projector stand
  • wall mounted projection screen
  •  display boards
  • P/A System

Historical Background: When the Linton Village School closed, the Hall  was made over to become a Village Hall for Linton and the neighbourhood in a  conveyance of 18 January 1961.  It is run  as a Charity and the Charitable purpose is defined as being “for the use  of the inhabitants of Linton and the neighbourhood (hereinafter called the  “areas of benefit”) without distinction of sex or political religious  or other opinions and in particular for use for meetings lectures and classes  and for other forms of recreational and leisure-time occupation with the object  of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants.”

The title to the property is held by the Parish  Council, on behalf of the village, as Custodian Trustees.

The management of the Hall is the responsibility  of the Village Hall Management Committee as Administering Trustees.

Charity number; 520967


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