Little Cornard Village Hall
Little Cornard Village Hall is a charming Grade II listed building, situated just off the Bures to Sudbury road (B1507), about equidistant from each.
The hall was built in 1854 as a school for Little Cornard, but this closed in 1920 and has been used as the village hall since then.
As village halls go, it is quite small, but is perfect for children's parties, small groups, band practices, exercise classes, and so on. Forty people can be seated for a meal; more in theatre-style seating. There is a new kitchen, with electric hob and oven. There are separate Ladies' and Gents' loos.
Hire charges are £20 per session (morning / afternoon / evening), with a discount for Little Cornard residents.
In addition, there are trestle tables and chairs available for hire.
For any further information or to book, please contact Patricia Monk on 07540 783516.