About the Clubroom

Frilsham's village hall is known as "The Clubroom" because when it was originally built in 1956 several local clubs met there.

The hall is set in just over 3 acres surrounded by woodland and is close to the centre of Frilsham. The Clubroom's postcode is RG18 9XQ.

Hall Services

The hall is available to hire to Frilsham villagers and non-villagers.

Additionally Frilsham residents may hire the hall equipment if it is not in use for a letting. This includes tables & chairs, crockery & cutlery.

The hall is suitable for children's parties, family get togethers including formal receptions, business meetings, dance/exercise classes, exhibitions, adult lunch and dinner parties, hobby groups - and so much more

Hall Facilities

MAIN HALL - 11.8 metres long x 5.6 metres wide featuring a wooden floor, large windows on both long sides and wall mounted heaters.

     

KITCHEN - small galley style including hob & oven, microwave, small fridge, water heater and sink.

TOILETS - two toilets, one of which has a "grab rail" offering extra assistance until full disabled facilities are installed

CLOAKROOMS - two cloakrooms with coat hooks and mirrors

        

EQUIPMENT - 80 upholstered chairs, 10 folding tables (6' x 4'6"), 1 small table (4' x 2'), 20 additional plastic chairs for outside use, hot water urn, kettle, crockery, cutlery, tumblers, jugs

CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND - large fenced area with a range of exciting equipment to suit all ages, and including a wheelchair accessible roundabout and swing suitable for children with a disability.

    

LARGE CAR PARK - space for 30+ cars

DISABLED ACCESS - main door has sloped entrance as has the side door leading on to the field.

Go to Clubroom Bookings if you would like to book the hall.

Who uses the hall?

The hall's location and facilities make it the perfect venue for private parties, receptions, social & activity groups and meetings.

Regular users include the monthly Lunch Club, the Parish Council, two local bands for practice, the annual barbecue (May), the Frideswide Supper (October) and West Berkshire Council for a Polling Station.

Frilsham Clubroom has been registered with West Berkshire Council for use as an emergency shelter in the event of a local major incident occurring. We hope it never happens but the facility is here if needed.

Management Committee

The Management Committee manages the hire, maintenance and improvement of the hall. The current Committee Members are:

Chair Bob Lyon
Secretary Jules de Jongh
Treasurer Edward Haxton
Bookings Shirley Lyon
Member John Burgoyne-Probyn