Aldermaston Parish Hall
This quaint and charming village hall is situated on the A340 in the historic village of Aldermaston in West Berkshire. Conveniently situated between the major towns of Reading, Basingstoke and Newbury and very close to Tadley in North Hampshire. The Parish Hall is a building for all the local community, the neighbouring communities and anyone who'd like to use it.
Available to hire to both residents and non-residents, it has two main rooms that can be hired separately or together, with an overall capacity of 100. As their village hall, the people of Aldermaston use it to run many groups and clubs. Meeting regularly in either individual halls or the whole building.
The main hall is larger and has a stage at one end and a unique balcony at the other end. The balcony can be used as a minstrels gallery for a band, curtained off as an extra room, or as a 'dress circle' for staged events.
The smaller hall is affectionately known as the Billiard Room, for obvious reasons as in times past the gentlemen of the village played billiards and snooker here. No billiard table remains but the spectator benches do and they add a charming character to this room.