High Hurstwood village hall is nestled in the picturesque Sussex countryside in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, seven miles from the Ashdown Forest and twelve miles from the vibrant spa town of Tunbridge Wells.
The Village Hall is situated on the village green, in the centre of the beautiful hamlet of High Hurstwood, with its historic church and numerous listed mediaeval houses.
The Village Hall was built in 2000 after a successful Millenium bid, and is designed to reflect the style of a traditional Sussex barn which blends into this charming country village setting. The Hall is run as a ‘not for profit charity’, by volunteers from the village for the benefit of the village and surrounding areas.
The Hall is ideally located, with its own car park to one side for thirty cars, bordered by a wooded area of mature oak trees. To the other side a terraced area overlooks the green, offering the hall a level of seclusion and independence from the rest of the village, yet just a short walk across the green sits the popular Hurstwood public house and gastro restaurant.
Offering authentic English village charm with modern facilities, the hall has a capacity for 200 guests, standing only or seating for 100 guests to dine in comfort. The hall is in an ideal location for bringing together friends and family for weddings, parties, functions and events of all kinds, including corporate events.