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Welcome to Hoveringham Village Hall

Wedding receptions - private parties and… for

Special Occasions and Events….

Hoveringham Village Hall is available to hire for all the above special occasions.


Hoveringham lies on the northern bank of the River Trent or Trisanton as the medieval Celts called it. We have a population of 350 people and quite a few animals. The village has a Public House called The Reindeer, which is on Main street. The Elm Tree Hotel which had quite a history, and The Marquis of Granby public House are both now residential properties. The Village is comprised of three roads and most of the houses line these roads. We are 11 miles from Nottingham and 5 miles from Southwell, Newark is 14 miles away and Mansfield 17 miles away. The upgraded A46 Fosse Way is over Gunthorpe Bridge and up the hill.
Hoveringham Village Hall
A Brief History The Village Hall consists of two rooms. The Minkley room was built in 1845 as schoolrooms and Church room. The Main Hall built in 1907 for £978 raised by public subscription for use as a Mens Institute. In 2009, over £400,000 was spent extending, modernising and refurbishing the two rooms with money raised by villagers over the preceding decade. This was added to by a grant of £250,000 from The Big Lottery and significant contributions from Wren Landfill and Trinity College, Cambridge. The Hall is now an efficiently insulated building with under floor heating. The 1845 Minkley room has been restored to its original magnificent appearance. Modern kitchen, shower and toilet facilities have been installed. The Village Hall serves both as a centre of the community and as the village flood refuge. (see Gallery)
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that from 1st April 2023 the management of Hoveringham Village Hall will be undertaken by Hoveringham Parish Council. This does not affect any bookings you have already made or that you may wish to make but please note that all bookings that take place after 31st March 2023 will be the legal responsibility of Hoveringham Parish Council.

Making a Booking

Check calendar opposite for availability and download the following forms: Booking form & Terms & Conditions of hire Complete and sign forms where required Scan/copy booking form and send to enquiries@hoveringham.net or post to:~ Booking Clerk Hoveringham Village Hall Gonalston Lane Hoveringham Nottingham NG14 7JH Send any ‘good conduct deposit’ by BACS or cheque to the account details provided by The Booking Clerk or by post to Village hall TIPS: Remember to include time for preparation, set-up or cleaning within your booking. Bookings can be provisionally held but are only confirmed upon full payment or deposit Please call Booking clerk prior to Hire date to obtain door code.