Neighbours’ Hall

Neighbours Hall interior

Photo: Samantha Hall

Neighbours Hall interior

Photo: Samantha Hall

The Neighbours’ Hall was given by the Reverend and Mrs Percival Pott in 1924 for the recreational and social use by the villagers of Great Milton, Little Milton and The Haseleys – hence the name and location of the building (Church Lane, next door to Le Manoir).

Neighbours Hall exterior

The Reverend and Mrs Pott set up a Charitable Trust to be administered by the Church of St Mary’s of Great Milton. The day to day running of the Hall is undertaken by the Neighbours’ Hall Management Committee which welcomes the interest of new members.

It is a large recently refurbished community Hall with central heating and well-equipped kitchen. The Hall benefits from a bar, stage, and smaller room opening on to an enclosed patio garden area, with garden seating, overlooking Le Manoir orchard. The Hall has ample car parking facilities. It is ideal for community groups, children’s parties, family get-togethers, company functions, weddings, and special celebrations. Recently installed DMX colour-changing LED lighting adds special effects for dances, live music, and theatre. Available for hire by the hour or the day.

The smaller room, The Orchard Room, can be hired separately for small groups and business meetings.

Orchard Room PatioThe Hall is licensed to hold 100 people and is available for hire by the hour (£15) or full day (£120) and includes the use of kitchen and equipment. All bookings will be made in line with current government guidelines with regards to the Hall capacity.

Contact: Bookings secretary: Janet Smith 01844 278415 for further details and our booking terms and conditions.