Welcome to Horam Village Hall


We recently undertook a public consultation to install an all-weather, 1 km long, 2.5m wide pathway around the Recreation Ground to enable residents and visitors to walk, cycle, jog, scoot, wheel buggies or ride mobility scooters around the perimeter to enjoy the outdoors and exercise. We are also considering the provision of a pump track which is a course for honing skills on cycles, balance bikes, scooters and skateboards. We are delighted with the survey results, 212 completed paper surveys supporting the path and 206 support the pump track. 249 replied in favour to a facebook poll on the path. You can view the full report here -  The GAP at the REC public consultation. We are pleased to advise a planning application has now been made with Wealden DC and the project will be discussed at Horam Parish Council's Planning Meeting at 630pm on Monday 26th July at Horam Village Hall - we encourage anyone who would like to show their public support for the project to attend this very important meeting. 10 minutes is allocated to at the beginning of the meeting, attendees are not expected to stay on for the remainder of the meeting

Horam Village hall is the focal point of our village, located on the vast recreation ground between Heathfield and Hailsham, it also comprises of a children’s playground, tennis, football and bowls club as well as the allotments and campsite.

The large hall together with its large car park make it an ideal venue in Sussex for parties, weddings and public events. Double doors open on to the adjoining recreational ground allowing access for an extension marquee as well as lovely open views and countryside walks. We have a banqueting service for 104 place settings to add that special touch to weddings, parties and functions (at additional cost). Take a look at some of those special occasions already held at the hall in our photo gallery!

Other facilities include large fully equipped kitchen, service hatch, tables and chairs, disabled toilet and wheelchair access, PA system, licensed for public entertainment. Hall size 10.25m x 16.5m. Additional meeting room 4.17m x 5.25m.

The village hall stands on the grounds that were bequeathed to the village by Constance Scott in 1948 with 'the object of improving the life for the said inhabitants of Horam'. The recreation ground's facilities include: the Bowling Club, Pre-school, Football Club, Scouts, Tennis Club and Allotments Society and the village hall committee is proud of the continuous efforts of the people of Horam to maintain the recreation ground as the focal point of the community. Look at the Clubs and Activities pages for information on the individual groups.

You can also find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/horamvillagehall , follow us at twitter @HoramHall and see us on youtube 

We welcome you to our village hall!