Worplesdon Memorial Hall is a popular village hall near Guildford in Surrey. With its central position in the village,
easy access from Guildford and adequate parking,
the hall is an ideal venue for all kinds of social activities, public or private, including weddings.
There is a sports ground, including tennis courts and a children's playground, adjacent to the hall.
The hall is situated on Perry Hill, part of the main A322 road which runs through
Worplesdon village about three miles north of the centre of Guildford. It is two miles from Worplesdon Station.
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Our postal address is: Worplesdon Memorial Hall, Perry Hill, Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey GU3 3RF.
The main hall is a large room with a stage, suitable for badminton, drama and dance classes as well
as meetings, wedding receptions and parties. An ample stock of chairs and tables is available.
There is a newly fitted kitchen and serving area as well as toilets and washing facilities.
There is also a small hall with access to the kitchen via the main hall, and two further meeting rooms - the conference room and the committee room.
These cater for 10-20 persons with tea/coffee-making facilities and are
suitable for small classes or meetings.
All facilities are subject to regular health and safety checks.
There is good access to the hall for the disabled, which is facilitated by the availability of
parking next to the hall entrance. The toilets have disabled facilities and
it is intended to install a loop hearing system when funds are available.
How to Book
Bookings are taken by the caretaker, Mr Bernard Callanan, who lives in the cottage alongside the Hall and
is happy to provide any further information on request. He may be contacted on 01483 232117,
by e-mail at email@example.com
or by post at Memorial Hall Cottage, Perry Hill, Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey GU3 3RF.
Hire charges are competitive and there are special concessions for residents of Worplesdon.
Sidney Sime Gallery
On the first floor of the Hall there is a small gallery devoted to the fascinating and
highly characteristic work of Sidney Sime (1867-1941),
the famous artist, illustrator and caricaturist. Sime owned a cottage at Worplesdon and spent much of his time here during
the latter part of his life. For more about Sime,
his work and how to visit the gallery, go to www.sidneysimegallery.org.uk.
The main hall is frequently used
for wedding receptions. For more pictures, click
The conference room
The committee room