The Victory Hall
Church Road, Farley Hill
If you wish to hire the hall, please contact us:
0118 324 6600
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To contact the Trust about non-hire matters:
Here`s what hirers have said about The Victory Hall.
"The Victory Hall was the ideal venue for what we needed. We are a small business that required a space to hold several meetings and it worked perfectly. The hall was extremely well kept and very reasonable and competitive in price. Everyone that I dealt with throughout the process of booking and arriving at the hall was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be using them again in the future." PS - they have!
Will Clapson, Operations Manager, Mountain Healthcare
"The party was a great success with all the youngsters (& us older ones). The venue worked really well & the whole thing went off better than we could have hoped for. Thanks again to everyone."
Mark Robins, Chief Executive, Farley Estate
"The second time we used the venue was on 5th October 2013 for my grandson's christening celebration. Once again the venue proved excellent with good catering facilities and the projector room kept the older children entertained with a movie which allowed their parents to relax and enjoy the day."
Name withheld by request
The Trust was founded on 13 December 1919 when William Henry Bishop of Farley Court, Farley Hill, gave the land and the hall to the inhabitants of Farley Hill. The original Trustees were all inhabitants of Farley Hill :
William Henry Bishop of Farley Court
William Simonds of Bunces Shaw
Walter Mortimer Allfrey of Farley Castle
William Robert Ogilvie-Grant of The Cottage
Reverend Alfred Percival Pott of Woodbury
The Victory Hall Trust is now a registered Charitable Trust (Charity Commission number 220940) that holds the hall and land in trust for the inhabitants of Farley Hill.
The Trust is managed by elected managing trustees (who serve a three year term) and there are also two holding trustees.