Welcome to East Peckham Village Hall Website.


East Peckham on the River Medway is approx 8mls from Tonbridge and is composed of nine hamlets spread over a large geographical area.The population is in excess of 3,500.


The Village Hall is situated between the Vicarage and the Holy Trinity Church.




EAST PECKHAM VILLAGE HALL


Bush Road, 


East Peckham,


Kent TN12 5LL


East Peckham Village Hall


Our Modern Community Village Hall built in 2000.


The main hall features a sprung strip wood floor measuring 16mt x 8mt, an optional stage and sound system, seating for 150, thus providing an ideal venue for plays, concerts, performances, wedding receptions, family parties.


 A large mown field approx 46mt x 20mt  (50yds x 22yds) adjacent is ideal for marquees, sports and games, open air recitals and plays. The Village Hall also hosts the annual Holy Trinity Church fete in June, outdoor concerts and plays in the summer. 


The Village Hall is used for Weddings, Luncheons, Exercise Classes, Silver Band practice, the Women's Institute and Numerous Village Groups, Quiz Evenings, Dance Classes, Short Mat Bowls and Children’s Parties.  


22 Tables 1800 x 680  

8 half size tables

150 Chairs


The Trustees hold a Liquor Licence (until midnight Saturday and 10pm on Sunday) also both PRS (Performing Rights Society) which permits the use of copyright music and lyrics at live events, also PPL (Phonographic Performance Ltd) for recorded music and music videos.


There is a pay phone and free Wi-Fi is enabled at the Hall.

The rear doors open out overlooking the Kent countryside. The side doors look out towards the Holy Trinity Church. On two sides there is a grassed, fenced and gated area making for a safe and secure area 21mts x 5mts for young children to play. On the opposite  side is the large field.

Also  we have two meeting rooms 4mt x 3mt and 4mt x 5mt with connecting doors enabling one large area if necessary.

The kitchen area is well equipped with large hob, oven, refrigerator, double sinks, 120 sets of crockery and cutlery,and also a serving hatch opening out into the main hall.

Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities. 

A spacious car park provides parking for 40 vehicles.      


The Old Church Village Hall below circa 1970