To find out about availablity or suitabilty, please contact us. We are always pleased to hear from potential new hirers, whether you are looking in the near future or futher down the line. We will check availability and advise on suitability and pricing. 

The hall is versatile. It has male, female and disabled toilets. There is a small kitchen, suitable for making drinks and heating pre-prepared food. The hall itself benefits from a small stage.  

Cliffe Hall is used by a wide variety of community groups and we have a friendly support team of Hall Manager, Caretaker and Cleaner to ensure that the facility are mainatined to a high standard. The hall is hired Monday to Saturday for morning, afternoon and evening sessions. Our residential location means that late-night or noisy functions are not suitable. 

Cliffe Hall

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01. What is the minimum hire duration? 

The hall can be hired for any length of time up to an entire day, but the minimum amount normally invoiced is two-hours. Every hire is allocated a 'free' and additional 15 mins at the end of their booking—this is to alow time to sweep the hall floor, flush the toilets and wipe down kitchen surfaces. Hirers MUST allow time WITHIN their booking for setting-up and breaking-down any tables, chairs or other equipment they need as this is part of the hire. 

02. How much is the hire charge?

The hall is charged at a rate of £16 an hour for a wide range of Commuity use, including a variety of classes. Special rates apply to corporate commecial use, please enquire for futher details. There is normally a minimum hire of two-hours per session  The Trustees have agreed not to increase the rates for 2021 due to the difficulties groups face due to the pandemic.

03. Is there onsite catering

During 'normal ' times, the hall has a small kitchen suitable for making beverages. There is a hob and an oven which can be used to re-heat food. The kitchen area is small. We have communal crockey and cutlery available. During Covid, communal crockery is not available and the kitchen is limited to one person per group.

04. What is the maximum capacity? 

During Step 3 out of Covid Lockdown the maximum number in the main hall is 36 in six groups of six, each spaced 2m apart. A further group of six may be accommodated on the stage. The usual hall capacity, in 'normal' times is 80.

05. Is the hall disability-friendly?

The hall has an entrance ramp, wide doors into the main hall and a disabled WC. Please note that the emergency exit has steps down in the event of egress.