CLIFFE HALL


A community hall in the Cliffe area of Lewes, the county town of East Sussex.

CLIFFE FEOFFEES

A charity, formed in 1603 for the reparation of St Thomas a Becket Church, Cliffe, and the susentation of the poor of the parish

Covid restrictions

The hall has been forced to CLOSE due to Tier Four restrictions from 26/12/20.

Only specified groups are permitted for the time being.  Details HERE
please see FAQs

COVID ROADMAP UPDATE - 2nd March 2021

We look forward to re-opening, with limitations, when Step Three is implemented: 17th May, at the earliest

From 17 May

  • Controlled indoor events can take place with up to 50% capacity.
  • Hospitality settings will be able to open in accordance with the “rule of 6”, so community cafes, coffee mornings and social clubs can take place.
  • Film shows, plays, concerts and sports matches can take place, subject to social distancing.

 We will update this page when we know more. 

We were delighted to 

welcome back to 

Cliffe Hall the
Lewes Chamber Choir

for their rehearsals.

Lewes Chamber Choir's

Leader, Nicholas Houghton,

says how good it is to be back

in his latest blog entitled

'Singing Again' Read it HERE

COMMUNITY VENUE


A very convenient, light and spcacious community hall, used by a wide variety of groups, clubs and societies throughout the week. Everything from musical entertainment, yoga, Weight Watcher's, AA groups and the WI to drama classes and political meetings. 

AND CHURCH HALL


The hall is used by both the Anglican parish church of St Thomas a Becket at Cliffe and the Orthodox community meeting at St Thomas, for coffee and fellowship as well as a regular programme of fundraising and social events. Full details from the church's website.