The Gladestry Community


e hall was extended and modernized as a milennium project in 2000 and offers attractive accommodation for social gatherings including christenings, funeral teas and concerts. In addition to socials, we have club meetings, the Women’s Institute, and indoor sports such as table tennis and short-mat bowls. New players of various abilities to these sports are welcome.

The main hall area is 14 metres by 8 metres with a stage area of 5 metres wide and 3 metres deep. Maximum seating is 170 persons.  A small meeting room is also separately available.  There is a good car park which is adequate for most functions.

The hall is rated level A in an Energy Efficiency Performance survey carried out in 2012.  It has an efficient boiler for heating and a 4 kw solar PV system. 

A steel-framed marquee can be hired for summer garden parties or similar by contacting Viv Lloyd on 01544 370636.




The hall is available to hire through the booking secretary, Marlene Evans. The rates are reasonable and heating is charged separately at £5 per hour. 

To enquire please contact Marlene on 01544 370646 or e-mail



Payment should be made to Gladestry Village Hall and sent to our treasurer Betty Johnson, The Courtyard Barns, Gladestry HR5 3NR. She can be contacted on 01544 370296.




The hall is run for the benefit of the community by elected officers and a committee which represents the user groups. The committee have been fortunate in being offered grants to help maintain and develop the facilities.  It must nevertheless, from time to time, conduct fund raising events to cover costs. It tries to do this in interesting ways that also have a social function.



Social Events

The hall committee endeavours to raise funds through social events that are also fun and involve members of the community. Annual events include : A Duck Race on Gladestry Brook, a Village Walk and a Social Christmas Quiz.


For more information contact either chairman Vivian Lloyd on 01544 370636 or treasurer Michael Johnson on 01544 370296.

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