There is limited parking adjacent to the hall.

The main entrance is off the village green so it is possible to extend the capacity of the hall by erecting a marquee outside.


Two large bifold doors open onto an area of levelled grass outside measuring 6m x 8m.

Hirers should indicate if they intend to use the doors so that their opening and closing can be arranged.

The Village Hall is fully equipped for your function or class.


There are three main areas:


The Main Room 

(11.9 x 7.5 metres)

​This can accommodate about 80 people for a meeting or performance and about 60 people for a dance. 

There are

  • 4 large tables (180 x 80cm - can seat 8),
  •  8 small tables (80 x 80cm - can seat 4),
  •  60 chairs stored at the rear of the room in a storeroom that can double up as a bar. 

The room is heated by 4 electric heaters.

There are a number of electrical points.

A drop down screen for audi-visual presentations is available (please see below).

Toilets

There are two toilets, one of which is a disabled toilet that has wheelchair access from the main hall. There are baby changing facilities.

Dadlington Village Hall buys its electricity from Bulb, a renewable energy company. 

The Kitchen​

The hall is ideal for your special occasion.

​Anniversaries, birthday parties, even wedding receptions.

Newly refurbished, the kitchen opens through a serving hatch to the main room.

The kitchen features:

  • 4 electric ovens, 8 hobs, microwave oven
  • double sink and drainer, hand basin
  • ​fridge
  • waste bin
  • serving hatches
  • 2 electric kettles
  • 10 assorted chopping boards
  • assorted cutlery
  • ​75 large plates, 120 small plates, 50 bowls, 50 mugs, 34 cups and saucers
  • cleaning materials
  • ​first aid kit & fire extinguisher
​​Dadlington Village Hall
345-876-9123

May 8th (VE Day Special): A Royal Night Out
Certificate 12A   2015   1hr 37min

On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace extends across Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. It is a night full of excitement, danger and the first flutters of romance.


To mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the hall will be decked out with bunting. Some audience members may wish to dress in 1940s style but this is optional.