Holme Lacy Village Hall is situated in the centre of the village. It is an attractive black and white half-timbered building. The original hall dates back to the 1920s and was given to the village by Mr and Mrs Lucas Tooth of Holme Lacy House in memory of two of their three sons who were all killed in the First World War. It is a registered war memorial.
In keeping with the black and white exterior the main hall has lead framed windows and an attractive timber-framed roof. There is a stage. It is licensed to hold 100 people. The smaller committee room/bar area can hold 25 seated or 75 standing.
An extension added in the 1990s contains a kitchen fitted with fridge, cooker and serving area, male/female and disabled/baby changing toilets and the smaller committee room/bar area. Doors from the bar area open out to a patio area at the rear of the hall which adjoins the village playing field and children’s play area.
Parking is for 25 cars.
The hall is regularly used for bowls, exercise and tai chai classes and by Holme Lacy Football Club. It is becoming a popular venue for wedding receptions. It is available to hire for regular bookings email@example.com