The government has now removed the legal anti-Covid requirements, but in line with our cautious approach, we are recommending continued use of masks in the hall, social distancing where possible, and hand sanitisers continue to be available. We may also set limits on numbers at events in our hall.

Welcome to Sarratt Village Hall

Our Village Hall hosts many events during the year and ones that are open to the public, such as the Sarratt Festival of Music (see http://www.sarrattfestivalofmusic.co.uk/) and the Horticultural Society Shows, as well as the monthly Sarratt Care coffee mornings and community lunches, are announced in the News & Events section and in the "What's On" section of the Sarratt Village website - http://www.sarrattvillage.co.uk/ .

It is also a popular venue for small private events and functions, such as small weddings and engagement parties, bar mitzvahs and family parties, as well as corporate events, and has even been used by film and television crews - e.g. 'French and Saunders' and 'Jonathon Creek' have both been filmed in the hall!

Sarratt Festival of Music in the main hall

Our village hall is very versatile with five different rooms of varying sizes - please see "Hall Facilities" section - all of which can be booked individually or together by the hour.

The hall is situated on the green in our pretty Hertfordshire village and is suitable for all types of private functions, parties and wedding receptions, and hirers can arrange for a full bar service and catering to be provided if required.

The hall, located in South West Hertfordshire, is near to Watford and Rickmansworth, and is easily accessible from North West London, and Buckinghamshire.

The BBC One Ident clip filmed in Sarratt Village Hall -

The Main Hall - decorated for the St George's Day function

Main Kitchen Facility

The Hall has its own bar area and a well equipped kitchen and even has cutlery, plates, wine and beer glasses and round tables included in the hiring.

Sarratt Village Hall is a registered charity, run by an elected committee of volunteers, and partly supported by grants gratefully received over the years from Sarratt Parish Council, Three Rivers District Council, 'Awards for All', Lottery Funds and the Garfield Weston Foundation.