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The hall is available for private hire and is ideally suited for parties, family events and meetings. It holds up to 98 people (60 for seated dining).

It has a fully equipped kitchen with rangemaster cooker, warming cupboard and refrigerator. The entrance hall has a bar area and spacious toilets.

A large car park adjoins the hall.

  • The hall has a premises licence.

  • The hall is not licensed for the sale of alcohol. If sale of alcohol is required a temporary event notice (TENs) must be obtained from West Northamptonshire Council. They require a minimum of 10 working days notice.

  • No smoking on hall premises.



For booking, please contact Emily Curtis on 01604 740796, or complete the enquiry form to the right.



Hirer                                                  Charge


Local Group or Individual                 £12/hr


Commercial Organisations              £15/hr

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[Taken from Chrystal Baker-Bates' Chair’s report at the 2006 AGM]

Hollowell Village Hall was previously a Church of England school owned by the Peterborough Diocesan Board of Finance. It was transferred in trust to Hollowell Village in 1972.


The founder members were Robert Wallace and Alice Starmer who paid £750 to purchase the building for the village. “ The property shall be held upon trust for the purposes of a village hall for the use of the inhabitants of the parish of Hollowell , including meetings, lectures, classes and leisure occupations improving the conditions of life for the inhabitants.”


The hall is a registered charity No.269391 and returns, including account summaries and trustee details, are updated annually. The constitution sets out that the committee of trustees shall consist of 6 elected members, 3 representative members and no more than 6 co-opted members. The committee should hold at least 2 ordinary meetings a year and is responsible for repairs and insurance of the building and car park and for administering the finances.

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