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At Goodrich Village Hall You Can…

Hold an Event

Hold an Event

Goodrich Village Hall is available for hire day or evening. Accommodating up to 100 people, it is ideal for birthday parties, meetings, exercise classes and more!

Join a Club

Join a Club

Goodrich Village Hall is home to our very own Table Tennis club, Roaring Megs Community Choir and  Walford Scouts to name a few. Numerous groups and societies meet on a weekly basis.

Attend an Event

Attend an Event

From Pilates to Film Nights, Goodrich Village Hall hosts a fantastic selection of community events, open to all. Choose one that takes your fancy, and see for yourself.

The Greatest Showman

Perfect For Any Function

Goodrich Village Hall is the ideal venue for any event from club meetings and special family celebrations, to exercise classes and theatrical productions. The Hall comes complete with a fully fitted kitchen, staging, lighting, PA system, projector, large drop-down screen and surround sound.

Goodrich Village Hall is a low-carbon site and all energy is from renewable sources.

If you would like to arrange a viewing  of the Hall, please contact us.

 

Rooms Available To Hire:

  • Committee Room – Great for small meetings (40 seated)

  • Tudor Room – Perfect for bigger meetings (60 seated)

  • Godric Hall – For larger events (100 people seated at tables)

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A Brief History

Originally known as the Reading Room, the Village Hall was built by the Moffatt family of Goodrich Court as a working men’s club. Mr Moffatt, an admirer of the Tudor period, directed that the Hall be built in that style.

In 1975 the late John Trafford, Mr Moffatt’s grandson, gifted the Hall to the village on condition that its outward appearance was retained. A Trust was established and with loans from both the Council and local residents, and numerous fundraising events an improvement grant was obtained.

During the following two years the main Godric Hall was added along with a kitchen and toilet facilities. The Hall was reopened in 1977.

In 1984 a complete refurbishment of the building was undertaken. The Billiards’ Room became the Committee Room and the Reading Room was renamed the Tudor Room. This was followed by a programme of work to improve the energy efficiency of the Hall.