Village Hall is in the centre of Iver Heath on a site shared
with the local junior school, the library and the Scouts.
has its own free car park exclusively for use of the hirers.
It comprises a large hall with stage (maximum ~120
people) and two additional smaller rooms which are all available
for hire. There is a small kitchen with fridge, freezer and
a range cooker. The main hall and one of the smaller rooms
are fully accessible and there is a separate accessibility
toilet with full baby changing facilities.
For more information
about the facilities please view our Photographs
Hire the Hall
refer to our hire charges page
and then contact our bookings secretary,
will be pleased to answer your questions and show you around
if you wish.
see a copy of our Terms and Conditions, Environmental
Policy & Fire Safety Arrangements etc. please
see our Hire Charges page.
IVER HEATH NEW VILLAGE HALL A.G.M. 2020.
being closed for several months there is much to report.
We have established new contractors for both our grounds and
premises maintenance and we hope that this will keep the premises
safe, tidy and well looked after.
hope you agree that the new blinds look nice and we await
the new projector.
cleaner made good use of the time during lock down and we
had the opportunity to give the hall a deep clean. She is
continuing to be extremely flexible in her hours and working
around our lets to be sure that cleaning takes place between
we report each year we are very lucky to have her.
have also been up and down. We were fortunate to have the
income from the film company in the new year.
We have lost our Cheeky Monkeys, however we have had interest
from a mother and daughter
wish to start another pre-school. They will need OFSTED registration
so we do not anticipate this starting until after Easter.
have spent a lot of time making the hall Covid secure and
we are delighted that some of our hirers have been able to
return, albeit under different circumstances.
Fingers, Keep Fit, baby massage, the Mission and our ladies
groups have not yet started back. Drama and Iver Singers are
not full time and naturally we have no party bookings. Our
income will clearly be reduced this year.
was delighted to welcome new bookings assistants in February.
They were certainly thrown in at the deep end and the first
few weeks comprised of organising refunds. They are doing
a great job and are happy to continue this in a voluntary
received the £10,000 grant from the government we can
report that our finances remain healthy for the time being.
managed to hold our bingo evening just before lockdown and
in addition to raising funds for the hall we were able to
make a donation to Iver Volunteers from our raffle.
thank you to the committee for supporting the hall during
the year. The charity depends upon your role and we could
not function without you.
is difficult to predict what is ahead for us next year. It
would be wise not to plan for any large projects, but instead
to keep the hall safe and secure as a facility for the community.