A venue for parties of 100 plus people

The Hall was built in 1972 and forms part of a larger recreational area conveyed to the Parish Council by the Leconfield Estate in 1965 for recreational use. The Parish Council leases the Hall building and car park to the Trustees of the Northchapel Village Hall Trust on a 35 year renewable lease at a nominal rent.

The Hall was re-furbished in 2009 and has a new, hard wearing wood effect floor giving a solid foundation to enable it to be adapted for a wide variety of functions. It has a large, fully equipped kitchen and folding tables and chairs plus crockery and cutlery to cater for 100+ people seated. It has modern toilets including baby changing and disabled facilities. The hall has easy disabled access.

 

Funds towards the re-furbishment were raised via local activities and various grants from the Parish Council, Chichester District Council, West Sussex County Council, The national lottery and various other Charitable Trusts.

Trustees and Management

The Hall is the responsibility of the Trustees of the Northchapel Village Hall trust which is a Charitable Trust formed in 1965. The Trustees are: David Burden; Pam Bruce; Jane Dadswell; Sharon Holden; Gaye Jordan; and Jeff Pullen.