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Village hall

Boughton Monchelsea village hall and recreation ground is located on Church Street, Boughton Monchelsea, ME17 4HN. You can book the hall via the bookings clerk [email protected] 

The Village Hall has one large hall with staging, a committee room and catering facilities (including a license to sell alcohol).  

For further details please visit the village hall website


Village hall remodelling

A project was recently started to modernise our 1970’s village hall to be fit for 21st century living. As well as internal redesign we are also making the building more energy efficient and carbon friendly.  Phase one of the project has been funded and work has started. This includes cavity wall insulation in all external walls and air source heat pumps for the main hall area, which have just been installed to replace the old gas boiler driven system which will be de-commissioned. Also included in this first phase is 42 roof mounted PV panels with battery storage facilities and 3 external EV charging points. Phase two of the project will see the major works to the interior redesign but will also include the application of thermal insulation to the exterior of the building.