St Peter's Church Hall - Venue Hire


St Peter's Church Hall is used in many ways by the Church, the local community and by many organisations outside the Church including celebrations, social events, sport and exhibitions. There are times when it is reserved for use by the Church. Regular groups and activities currently hosted by St Peter's include badminton, MacMillan coffee mornings, the Alzheimer's Cafe, a children's Summer holiday club, and craft cafe.
The general hire times are from 9.00am-10.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.00-6.00pm on Saturday. Booking enquiries can be made in person at the Parish Office 9.00am-1.00pm Monday to Friday), via letter/phone/email or their online contact form.

Facilities and equipment include:
-Ground floor: main hall (16m x 10m, capacity 200 seated people), entrance foyer, Peter Room (7m x 5m, capacity 40 people) and a fully equipped kitchen (only for use by people with a St Peter's hygiene certificate.).
-First Floor: entrance foyer, Martha & Mary Rooms (can be divided to form 2 smaller rooms), refreshments facilities and fridge.

About St Peter's Church Farnborough

Whether you are looking for community or to find faith, traditional style church or something more relaxed and contemporary, larger groups or small, for little ones, young people, seniors and everything in between...we would love to meet you! We have 4 types of worship gathering each Sunday, with groups for children and teens, plus lots going on through the week too.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Please contact the Parish Centre Office.

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St Peter's Church Farnborough

01252 513111



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Hampshire GU14 7AP

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