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Hurley Village Hall, High Street, Hurley, SL6 5LT
From M4: Leave the M4 at Junction 8/9 (Maidenhead) and take the A404(M) towards High Wycombe and the M40. Take the third exit onto the A4130 towards Henley. Turn left at the T junction and continue towards Burchetts Green roundabout. Take the second exit towards Henley. Shortly after descending the hill the turning for Hurley Village is signposted on your right. Proceed down the High Street and you will find the Hurley Village Hall on your left.
From M40: Leave the M40 at Junction 4 (High Wycombe) and take the A404(M) towards the M4 and Maidenhead. After the first roundabout (Bisham) continue on the A404 and take the slip road to the A4130 towards Henley. At the Burchetts Green roundabout take the third exit towards Henley. After descending the hill the turning for Hurley Village is signposted on your right. Proceed down the High Street and you will find the Hurley Village Hall on your left.
From Henley: Follow the A4130 towards Maidenhead for just over 4 miles. The turning for Hurley Village is signposted on your left. Proceed down the High Street and you will find the Hurley Village Hall on your left.
There are a number of spaces on the Village Hall site. There is also free parking in Hurley High Street in designated areas.
Please note that parking restrictions are in place on the High Street on Sundays and bank holidays from April – September. You must park in marked bays at these times. The Hurley Village Hall committee cannot be held responsible for parking notices received due to contravention of these restrictions.
Yes, the hall has wheelchair access at the Western end of the main hall.
Our terms and conditions can be found here.
Please note that there is currently no wifi in the building.
A noise limiter is fitted which will cut the power circuit if the noise level reaches 90 decibels with windows and fire door closed; or 70 decibels if either windows or door are open.
In accordance with our entertainment license, and out of consideration for our neighbours, musical entertainment must finish at 11pm.
When using the courtyard and leaving the hall, we ask all guests to minimize noise levels to respect our neighbours.
Owned by Hurley Village Association with a volunteer committee responsible for the management and maintenance of the hall, it is run as a charity (charity no. 300167) on a non-profit-making basis. All money raised goes back into the hall for the benefit of the community.
Please get in touch via the ‘Contact Us’ button below and one of our volunteers will respond as quickly as possible.