COVID-19: From August 1st we are open, with limitations, for bookings for events where government distancing regulations can be observed. Some activities will not be possible until statutory restrictions change.  

Churt Village Hall is located on the A287 in the centre of the village, close to the local shops, Crossways Inn pub and St. John's School. 

Backing onto the village cricket field and park, it sits in a lovely spot. Some off-street parking is available at the rear of the Hall and plenty more at the village car parks - at the recreation ground and outside St. John's Church. 

If you are looking for a venue in the Surrey countryside to hold a meeting, host an event or evening class or catch up with friends, it could be perfect for you.

Churt Village Hall was given to the village in 1928 by Frank Mason, a local businessman, who built it on land bought by villagers as a memorial to the dead of the First World War. 

One of the Hall's early Trustees was David Lloyd George, who was a local resident. During the Second World War the Hall was used for many wartime services and weekly dances. 

Registered as a charity, the Hall is run by a management committee of local residents and is the hub for many local activities. 

During term time the Hall is home to Churt Community PreSchool and during evenings, weekends and school holidays it is available to hire.

It is currently used by a number of local organisations including Churt Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS), Churt Horticultural and Produce Society (CHAPS) and the local Women's Institute. They, and others, host dinners, flower shows, pantomimes, plays, dancing and fitness classes, quiz nights, birthday parties and much more. 

The Hall is a valued asset to the local community and members of the management committee are pleased to hire it out to help keep the Hall maintained.

The Hall is available to hire and we are pleased to receive bookings for things like private parties, small weddings, meetings, seminars, dance and fitness sessions, art and craft workshops, children's activities, community events and commercial use.

Availability of the Hall is limited to evenings and weekends during term time as Churt Community PreSchool use the Village Hall weekdays until 4.00pm, but it is available to hire outside these hours and at weekends and school holidays.

If you are interested in hiring the hall, click on the links below to view the hire charges and to see a copy of our conditions of hire. Please also note our COVID-19 Requirements and Guidance.

For booking enquiries, you can check availability using our Hallmaster booking system (see below). You will then have the option of making a provisional booking direct in Hallmaster, or you can simply contact us by telephone/email.

Churt Village Hall is licensed annually by Waverley Borough Council. Facilities include: 

  • The Main Hall has seating for up to 120.
  • The Committee Room is ideal for small meetings
  • There are cloakrooms for ladies, gentlemen and the disabled.
  • We have a large, recently renovated kitchen with commercial gas cooker, electric warming cupboard, refrigerator, dishwasher, two large stainless steel sinks and an urn for boiling water.
  • There is crockery and cutlery for up to 120 people.
  • There is ramp access for wheelchairs.
  • The large raised stage has sound facilities, including a loop system.
  • The Hall has a Performing Rights Society (PRS/PRL) License and a license for regulated entertainment.
  • There is a piano to hire.

To hire the hall

For booking enquiries, check availability using our Hallmaster booking system:

To check availability click here

You will be able to make a provisional booking in Hallmaster, subject to confirmation by our bookings officer. Alternatively, email hallbookings [at] or call us on 01428 854 321.

01428 854 321
Bookings - hallbookings (at)
Chair - chair (at)

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Churt Village Hall,
Crossways, Churt,
GU10 2JA
Committee Members

Simon Fraser - Chair
Adrian Martin
Chris Deacon - Treasurer
Isabel Desbarats
Julia Deacon
Viv Raeside