Halls for hire

Halls for hire in Burwell
Further information available on the Parish Council Web Site
Burwell and District Day Centre
Burwell and District Day Centre Ash Grove, Parsonage Lane Burwell Cambridge CB5 0EN
01638 743363 Day Centre Page
Gardiner Memorial Hall
Contact: Parish Clerk (9am-1pm)
01638743142
Guild Hall (by St.Mary's Church)
Anne Brigs (evenings)
01638 741882
Mandeville Hall
Located at Tan House Lane (Off Reach Road), Burwell CB25 0AR
Mandeville Hall, officially opened in 2011, has three halls. The venue is available for hire for weddings, private parties as well as community events. The halls can be hired individually or collectively, each with access to kitchen facilities.
There is a dedicated car park for users and full disabled access. Wi-Fi is available and a PA system can also be hired.
Floor plan and hire charges are available. For any further information, or if you would like to hire Mandeville Hall for an event, contact the Parish Clerk (9am-1pm). Parish Council Web Site
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