The Parish Hall is now open for certain groups of existing regular hirers (who have been contacted), subject to compliance with the conditions of lockdown easing and this does not depend on the Pre-School operating.


We can also consider new regular bookings, but these would be subject to space availability and compliance with conditions of lockdown easing. 


No occasional bookings are being accepted at present.

 

 

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The Chalk Parish Hall (DA12 2ND) is at the junction of Pirrip Close, Lower Higham Road and Chalk Road.

The current hall was built by the church in 2007 as the culmination of an approximately ten-year project to provide much needed facilities not only for the church but for the wider community. We are pleased that normally many people are able to use the hall and that the activities it facilitates such as the daily pre-school, 'Take-a-Break' and 'Tea & Toast' improve the quality of many lives.

We normally welcome careful use of the Hall from the community for various occasional events or the regular meetings of clubs and societies. Costs of hiring depend on various factors, eg length and regularity of bookings. A deposit will be required for occasional bookings. This is returnable if the Hall is left in the appropriate condition.

We wish to be good neighbours and so potentially very noisy events with alcohol are not  recommended.  


 

Below: Official Opening of the Parish Hall by HRH The Duke of Kent KG

7 June 2007

 

Subsequent Opening of the Parish Hall Garden

by The Archdeacon of Rochester

 

 

 

Above: A Picture of Chalk Parish Hall

(The Hall is located in the centre of the village while Chalk Church - conspicuous by its tower - is located to the east of the village.)

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