Ixworth Village Hall | At the heart of Ixworth

Ixworth Village Hall is set in the heart of the busy village of Ixworth. The main facilities available to the public are two large halls, a Meeting Room/Bar Area, Kitchen and a Bar.

The Main hall is 14.8m (48ft) x 8m (26ft).  It has a stage at one end and high ceilings (suitable for bouncy castles if you are holding a children’s party).  The Main Hall can hold up to 200 people.

The Cousins Room is 12.5m (41ft) x 9m (29ft), and can hold up to 150 people.

The Meeting Room/Bar Area ix 8m x 4m and will accommodate up to 50 people.

Our bar is available to hire for private functions and parties and our bar area.

Our hire fees are very competitive. We have car parking for fifty cars making access to our classes easy. Contact us by email or find us on facebook and take a look at our upcoming events.

Please use this website to get more information on our village hall and feel free to contact with regard any specific enquiries you may have – either email ixworthvillagehall@hotmail.co.uk or use our contact form.

Ixworth Sale Trail – Sunday 16th July 2017

Ixworth Sale Trail – Sunday 16th July 2017 9am to 1pm    Refreshments available at Village Hall Map of all homes taking part on sale 50p   £6 entry per household Application forms from village shop or library Organiser: Alison Goldsmith 07842 413376

New Karate Club

Regular Thursday Evening 6pm – 7pm Starts Cousins Room 22nd June 2017 Lewis Greathead Elmswell Karate & Fitness Phone: 07746 114628 To see more details follow the link: Welcome to Elmswell Karate & Fitness!  

Ixworth Film Club

Ixworth Film Club Presents Films Showing: May – August 2017 Licensed Bar & Refreshments Available       Thursday 25th May 2017 – A Street Cat Named Bob Thursday 29th June 2017 – Lion Thursday 27th July 2017 – Beauty and the Beast Thursday 31st August 2017 – The Viceroy’s House Tickets are all “pay on the door” £5.00 […]

Creative Arts East – Event Cinema Present – The Railway Children (Sunday 7 May 2017)

Roberta, Phyllis and Peter, three sheltered siblings, suffer a huge upheaval when their father, who works for the Foreign Office, is falsely imprisoned. The children and their mother, now penniless, are forced to move from London to rural Yorkshire, into a cottage near a railway line, where they befriend the local railway porter, Perks, and […]