St Mark's Church Farnborough - Venue Hire


St Mark's Church Hall is a modern hall and is very well used for a variety of activities such as dance, sport, music and movement for pre-schools, the U3A and for many other local groups. The hall is available for hire from 8.00am-11.00pm Monday-Saturday, and from 1.00-11.00pm on Sundays. It can be hired as a whole complex, or by individual areas, depending upon availability.

Facilities and equipment include a main hall (capacity 200), meeting room, lounge area, toilets, kitchen, pay phone, stage, tables and chairs, car parking (15 spaces, with additional on-road parking in the locality). Conditions/restrictions on use include no discos and consideration to neighbours regarding noise after 10.00pm.

About St Mark's Church Farnborough

St Mark’s Church stands on the corner of Alexandra Road and Reading Road South Farnborough. The foundation stone was laid by the Duchess of Connaught and Strathearn on the 26th April 1880, her husband the Duke being one of Queen Victoria’s sons. The church has community links with The Trussell Trust, the Waterways Chaplains, St Peter's Church and the Triangle Bookshop & Cafe in Farnborough.

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St Mark's Church Farnborough

01252 514479




(no postal deliveries to hall)
Guildford Road East

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