The hall is situated at the north end of the recreation ground immediately behind the Ickleton Lion pub. The car park entrance is immediately on the opposite side of Frogge Street from the village shop.
Regular Events in the Hall
Please click here to see a summary of regular events in the Village Hall.
About the Hall
Following the closure of Ickleton Church School in 1960, the school building was purchased and donated to the village, thus becoming the first Ickleton Village Hall. Much of the refurbishment of the old building was carried out on a voluntary basis by local people and as the one-time alma mater of so many, became a much loved institution. Size and layout constraints limited its use and consequently the funds needed to maintain it. The decision was taken by the village in 1992 to build anew hall and with help from Sports England, the Foundation for Sports and the Arts, South Cambridgeshire District Council and Ickleton Parish Council, the new purpose built hall was opened in November 1999.
The Village Hall is managed by a committee acting as trustees under the auspices of the Charity Commission. Elected members are:
|Pam Fearn (Chairman)|
|Jocelyn Flitton (Minutes Secretary)|
|Roy Smith (Treasurer)|
Village organisations and user groups can each nominate one representative. In addition, the committee has the power to co-opt up to three additional members.
Ickleton Village Hall is sited in the heart of the village on the recreation ground. The entrance is alongside the bus shelter in Frogge street (opposite the village shop). The adjacent car park can accommodate some 30 cars.
|Main hall with a semi-sprung sports floor used for a wide range of activities and can accommodate up to 150 people. An easily erected staging system permits flexibility of layout according to need.|
|Meeting room seating up to 50|
|Large kitchen with double oven gas/electric range cooker. Serving bar for functions|
|Small multipurpose room adjacent to the kitchen|
|Home and away changing rooms, with four showers in each room. Also serving as cloakrooms for other functions|
|Referee’s changing room& shower|
|Toilet facilities including provision for disabled|
|Storage rooms to meet the needs of regular user groups|
Charges & Booking
The following rates will apply after 1st April 2018:
|1. Meeting Room|
|Regular Weekly/Monthly Users||Morning||21 00|
|(inc. village clubs and village charities)||Afternoon||21 00|
|Private Hire (residents)||Morning||29 00|
|Private Hire (non-residents)||Morning||34 00|
|2. Sports Hall|
|Regular Weekly/Monthly Users||Morning||28 00|
|(inc. village clubs and village charities)||Afternoon||28 00|
|Private Hire (residents)||Morning||56 00|
|Private Hire (non-residents)||Morning||73 00|
|3. Hall + Meeting Room|
|Private Hire (non-residents)||Morning||98 00|
|Private Hire (residents)||Morning||79 00|
|4. Changing Rooms/Showers|
|Ickleton Football Club||28 00|
|Ickleton Cricket Club||28 00|
|Crocus Football Club||33 00|
|Visiting Senior Teams||38 00|
|Visiting Junior Teams||23 00|
|5. Special Rates|
|Village Residents – Children’s Parties under 12||36 00|
|Bowls Club||22 00|
|6.External Hire of Furniture|
|Tables||£2 per table per day|
|Chairs||25p per chair per day|
- Use of kitchen included in the hire charge.
- For bookings please contact Vili Mila (01799-531497) ring Mon-Sat 9am to 6pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Week-day regular rates are not applicable between 12 Noon and Midnight on Saturdays
- With the exception of a guide dog for a blind person or hearing dog for a deaf person, no animals are permitted in the building.