Sibford Village Hall
See the Village Diary for information about forthcoming events.
Sibford Village Hall offers an ideal venue for various meetings, activities, parties and wedding receptions.
The attractive brick built Sibford Village Hall is situated in the heart of Sibford Gower opposite the parish church. It is set in large grounds with a grassed area perfect for games and outdoor activities. The front lawn is suitable for a marquee and there is ample hard standing car parking.
The facilities include:
- Large hall with raised stage, stage curtain and stage lighting
- Small hall with disabled and children’s lavatories
- Large fully equipped kitchen:
- Large electric Rangemaster cooker with two ovens, grill and five hot plates and warming plate
- Large wheeled warming cabinet and large tea trolley
- 1 refrigerator, 1 chest freezer, 1 upright freezer
- White dinner plates, side plates, bowls and cups and saucers, cutlery
- Water jugs, ½ pint glasses
- Electric urn
- Microwave oven
- 2 electric kettles
- Small bar with glasses and refrigerator
- Disabled lavatory
- Ladies and Gentlemen’s lavatories
- Chairs for 150
- 10 tables – 760mmW x 1820mmL x 700mmH
- 10 tables – 760mmW x 910mmL x 700mmH
- 5 serving tables 590mmW x 1210mmL x 760mmH
- 2 other tables 700mmH
Hire rates (per hour)
|Mon - Fri||Sat - Sun||Mon - Fri||Sat - Sun|
|9am - midnight||9am - midnight||9am - 6pm||6pm - midnight||9am - midnight|
For more information, or to make a booking, please contact the booking secretary, Ginny, by email or on 01295 780 373.
Click on any of the photographs below to enlarge.
Dedication for a Village Hall
Leave unkind feelings all behind, O ye who enter here.
And let the New Life echo through these walls,
With visions of the World as it shall be
When you and I have played our parts and passed away.
Leave to the worn-out days the ancient grudge,
The harboured bitterness,
The cankered searching for our neighbour’s faults,
And let us bring a newer Joy to Life
And live the New Commandment day by day.
Always lend a helping hand to Youth,
To cheer the toiler in his struggling days,
Bring hope to boyhood and bring peace to age,
To do good, not to envy,
and to make other folk’s happiness our own.
Let this be our Religion and our Creed.
So shall this room hold only joyous thoughts,
Here it shall stand for happiness and peace
To lighten dreary days and make them glad.
Thus filled with happy memories shall it be
To all who in their turn, as generations fade and pass away,
Will dwell within this village on the hills,
And make these hamlets famed for happiness
Among all other hamlets round about,
As a sure home of happy fellowship,
A lasting record and a staunch abode
Of the true brotherhood of man.
(This poem is framed on the wall of the village hall.)