Welcome to Farmborough Memorial Hall

Welcome to Farmborough Memorial Hall!

The hall is available to hire for many activities including children's parties, family gatherings, fund raising events, private meetings and for regular activities. If you need a warm and welcoming venue, we are just what you have been looking for.

Hall Facilities

We are able to offer:

  • Fully accessible main hall with a seating capacity of up to 100 people
  • Banquet chairs and tables to cater for all hire requirements
  • Bar area with chiller and hot water boiler
  • Carpeted side area alongside the main hall with access onto outdoor paved area and garden
  • Commercially fitted out kitchen with crockery and cutlery, hot water boiler, cookers, fridge-freezer, microwave & dishwasher
  • Meeting room for up to ten (seated) with separate access
  • Off-street parking area in front of the hall with twin 20kW EV charging points
  • 200Mbps free Wi-Fi
  • Stage with public address including induction hearing loop
  • Use of projector with drop down 2.4m screen if required

For further information about booking the hall please phone Phil Gray on 07473 383090.

For more information on on how to book the hall, please click on the 'How to Book' and 'Documentation' tabs. You can make a provisional booking from the calendar page.

Activities at the Hall

Our regular bookings include:

  • AK15 Dance & Fitness
  • Bath & District Amateur Radio Club
  • Brownies
  • Bingo
  • CAMEO (Come & Meet Each Other)
  • Compton Bando
  • Dance & Fitness (Pilates)
  • Extend Exercise
  • Goodwill Club
  • Guides
  • Parish Council
  • Rainbows
  • Repair Café
  • Soup Lunch
  • Tai Chi
  • Toddlers
  • Whist
  • Yoga

About Farmborough Memorial Hall

The hall is run and maintained by a small,  dedicated group of Farmborough residents - the Farmborough Memorial Hall Committee. We are all volunteers and welcome enquiries and useful suggestions from all villagers and hall users. We are also always on the look out for volunteers to join the Committee.

The hall is held in trust and we are a registered charity with all surplus from the hiring of the hall helping to maintain the building and garden.

The History of Farmborough Memorial Hall

After World War II ended the idea of a new village hall was widely discussed in the village. It was agreed it would be called 'The Memorial Hall' in memory of the people of Farmborough who had died in both  World Wars.  Money left over from the ‘Save Britain Fund’ was used to start the building fund and for the next 20 years  various village organisations raised money for the hall fund with various social events and activities. It was a difficult job to find a suitable site for the building of a new hall but eventually in June 1954 the triangular piece of land where the hall stands today was purchased from George's Brewery for £70!

The Hall officially opened on 12 March 1966, and 10 years later an extension was added, resulting in the Farmborough Memorial Hall as we know it today.

Significant investment in the last ten years means the hall is not only in excellent condition but also boasts some impressive green credentials including 6kW solar PV generation, low energy LED lighting throughout, fully insulated to the latest standards and air-source heat pump heating. The hall is also the only publicly available fast (20kW) EV charging point between Bath and Midsomer Norton (according to Zap-Map).


We would like to acknowledge the financial assistance with the funding of various renovation projects from:

  • National Grid
  • Chelwood Community Fund
  • Bath & North East Somerset Council
  • Farmborough Parish Council
  • The continued support of the residents of Farmborough

Photos of our Facilities

Kitchen with large range of appliances

Main Hall with Stage

Farmborough Flower Show

Bouncy castles welcome!

Hall and car park

EV Charging point (20kW Each)

Hall garden

Side view of the hall

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