Harston Village Hall Trust
Registered Charity no. 300397
Welcome to the Harston Village Hall website.
The Hall is situated in the village of Harston just 8 miles from the centre of Cambridge and consists of a Main Hall, two Committee rooms and a kitchen. There is access for disabled visitors and ample parking.
The Hall is available for hire all year round to both regular groups and also one off hires for meetings, wedding receptions, parties, dances, exhibitions and events. The main hall is approx 18m x 8m with a solid maple floor and a stage whilst the Large Committee room is approx 9m x 6m. Tables and chairs are available and the kitchen with fridge/freezer, microwave and double oven is shared by all users. We also have an audio system which accepts blue tooth connections.
For an idea of some of the regular events held at the Village Hall please click on the Events tab of this web site. Where applicable the calendar shows contact details for the event.
2014 Refurbishment Project ~ Phase 1
The official opening of the new entrance took place on Saturday 4th October 2014, the ceremonial ribbon was cut by Cllr Susan Ellington, Vice Chairman of the South Cambridgeshire District Council.
The Trustees are particularly grateful to the following major contributors without whom they would not have been able to complete this phase of the project.
In 2016 - 2018 the Trustees completed phases 2 and 3 of their long term project which included replacment of all windows and doors with double glazed units and the insulation and replacement of the main hall roof. These additional phases could not have been acheived without the generous donations from the local public plus several of the major contributors who had assisted in phase 1, in particular The Amey Community Fund and Rugby Group.
We support the Harston Village web
site : http://www.harstonvillage.uk/
Or visit their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/harstonresidents
We support the Harston History web site, celebrating the history of a Cambridgeshire Village : http://www.harstonhistory.org.uk/