The perfect setting for every occasion from weddings to hosting dances, parties and special celebrations. The historic village of Laxfield lies close to the market towns of Framlingham, Harleston and Halesworth yet is far enough away to retain itâ€™s own services and a strong sense of community. The village boasts two shops, two pubs, a primary school, church, chapel and village hall. An agricultural settlement since pre Norman times, Laxfield is recorded in the Doomsday book as Laxefelda. It boasts a fine church with a magnificent 15th Century stone and flint tower. Opposite the church is the beautiful Guildhall, originally gifted to the parish by the Lord of the Manor as a church house and now home to the village museum. Within this quintessentially English setting stands Laxfieldâ€™s extended and modernised village hall. Perhaps the best used of all the villages fine buildings, the hall is at the heart of the communityâ€™s social life, regularly hosting dances, parties and other entertainments. Whether you are from Laxfield or one of the surrounding villages or if you live further afield you will be warmly welcomed at our village hall. Please contact us to enquire about making a booking for your event.
Between the High St & Noyes Ave
- Rooms: 2
- Music Licence
- Fully functioning kitchen with a full crockery complement for over 100 people being side plates, dessert bowls, dinner plates, cups and saucers, milk jugs, tea pots etc with more than enough cutlery for all occasions.Two disabled parking spaces with on street parking for other vehicles.One accessible toilet with separate ladies and gents toilets.Full screen available with projector facility.Lighting and speakers.Easily set up stage if required.