The charge for the Main Hall (size shown under FAQS) is £13.00 per hour at all times except after 6pm on Saturdays when the charge is £16.00 per hour. The Small Hall (Chadwick Hall) charge is £9.00 per hour except after 6pm on Saturdays when the charge is £11.50 per hour. To rent both halls on a Saturday costs £22.00 per hour up to 6pm and £24.50 after that time. These prices are correct as at January 2018 but are liable to change without notice.
Both halls are available for hire to regular or casual hirers. In the first instance please check the availability of the hall you require on our 'Book a hall' page - Click here.
You can request a booking from availability page by clicking on the + sign.
If you do not receive a response from your enquiry within 48 hours, please contact us via email or telephone at bookings@holmergreenvillagehall.
Holmer Green Village Centre is situated on the north side of the Common at Holmer Green between the roads 'Rookery Meadow' and 'Featherbed Lane'. All the roads surrounding the Common are called 'The Common' but the road on which the Village Centre is situated is an extension of 'Beechtree Road' and eventually becomes 'Penfold Lane' leading to Little Missenden.
The full postal address of the hall is Holmer Green Village Centre, The Common, Holmer Green, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP15 6XG.
Village Centre Quiz
On Saturday 19th October 2019. Starting at 7.30pn - doors open 7pm.
Tickets are priced at £10.00 to include a chicken and chip supper, tea and coffee. Te tickets are available by clicking on this link - http://www.tktassistant.com/Tix/?u=HGP or by phoning 07537 103368.
The Village Centre in Holmer Green is the only hall in Holmer Green that is open for most types of event. It is a registered charity, managed by a voluntary Committee on behalf of Holmer Green’s residents.
The Centre is self-financing, operating on the revenue from regular and casual bookings, supplemented by generous donations from organisations such as the Women’s Institute and the Friends of the Holmer Green Village Centre and from private individuals.
The Committee, supported by the Trustees, runs the Centre on a day-to-day basis and meets regularly. Three times a year, there are ‘open’ meetings where the Centre’s users and other local people can meet the Committee and raise issues, comments and suggestions; one of these meetings is the AGM in March where the Committee is elected.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Holmer Green Village Centre.
James Cadle, Chairman