There are many other venues for hire in Charlbury, so there should be no problem finding a room or building to suit every need. Below are links to some of them, but please see charlbury.info for more information about what is available and what is happening in the town generally.
The Memorial Hall is large hall with two small side rooms, one suitable for studio sports such as dance and yoga. There is a large and well equipped kitchen. The hall has a stage, PA system, grand piano, badminton court and is perfect for hosting events and parties.
The Corner House has many meeting rooms of various sizes for hire.
The Church is suitable for larger groups (chairs rather than pews) and there is a bright room at the side overlooking the garden that would be suitable for smaller groups. There are excellent kitchen and toilet facilities. There is disabled access to the building.
Our rooms are available for hire. Apart from the church itself, we have a large upstairs hall with a kitchen at one end, and two small rooms downstairs, one of these also has a kitchen. There is a loop system in the church. Enquiries to Mrs Celia Faulkner on 810656.
Our lift facility is now available, so we are able to accommodate those who can’t manage the stairs.
The Friends’ Meeting House can be hired for a wide variety of meetings or events. For more information see Hire_the_Meeting_House
(Some of these may have rooms for hire e.g. Cricket Club, Bowls Club)
( Sports clubs are also referred to on the page relating to the relevant sport)
This year the Charlbury Community Centre has employed a team of young people, who have undertaken lots of different projects around the town, from building raised beds in people's gardens, to facilitating outdoor and indoor virtual coffee club get-togethers for seniors, and helping with activities for children. This would not have been possible without the financial support of WODC (Community Activities Grant), PF Charitable Trust and local donors. Thank you all very much!
Charlbury Town Council has generousy awarded the Thomas Gifford Trust a grant of £2,500 plus an additional £2,000 to cover some tree surgery work, which a recent survey has revealed needs doing on the Playing Close. As always this money will be used mainly for the maintenance of the Playing Close and also for Community Support and is very gratefully received in these difficult times.