Venue HireLewes Town Hall, The All Saints Centre and Malling Community Centre
Lewes Town Hall
For hire are:
The Reg Yarrow Room
Offers an ideal environment for business meetings or small lectures, seating up to 20 people boardroom-style or 30 with theatre layout.
A large space which holds indoor markets and similar events or can seat 340. Bar facility with basic equipment, refrigeration etc.
A grand old ballroom which can house large events or accommodate 400 people standing or 340 seated.
A calm and spacious room on the top floor, which can comfortably seat 80 people or accommodate groups such as our local Bridge clubs.
When not in use for our own purposes, the Council Chamber can accommodate up to 80 people seated and is available for hire.
Foyer and Baxter Gallery Corridor
These can be used for small exhibitions.
Contact the Town Hall Manger Lee Symons on 01273 407532 or e-mail email@example.com to make a booking
The All Saints Centre
For hire are:
Open space or tiered seating can be extended to seat up to 200. Full-width stage offering modern lighting and sound installation. Hirers may add their own compatible equipment for more complex scenarios.
An intimate space that can nonetheless accommodate up to 60 people.
Foyer and café
Licensed for sale of alcohol.
Contact the All Saints Centre team on 01273 486391 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking
Malling Community Centre
The council has refurbished this community centre to create a new mixed use community space. This has involved major alteration and refurbishment works.
The newly renovated building offers a vibrant community space, with links to outdoor facilities, spaces for public hire, sports changing rooms, and a forthcoming social area/café.
For hire are:
Our largest hireable space has 4 external double clear doors, and heating from overhead panels. Floor space is 14.7m x 12m, which includes pillars. Maximum capacity for standing is 250. Seated capacity is dependent upon layout, please ask for details.
Small Hall One (front facing)
Beautifully light space with underfloor heating, (from ground source heat pump) featuring 2 separate double access doors and 2 double windows and sound resistant panel doors.
Floor space is 5.5m x 10m, with a standing capacity of 100. Seated capacity dependent upon layout, please ask for details.
Small Hall Two (rear hall)
Ideal for small groups, meetings, offering a set-back, more private space. Separate access via one double door, with conjoined window panel and sound resistant panel doors. Floor capacity 5.7m x 10m. Standing capacity is 90. Seated capacity is dependent upon layout, please ask for details.
Small Halls One and Two combined
Standing capacity 170. The floor space is 11.2 x 10m. Seated capacity is dependent upon layout, please ask for details.
Contact centre manager Hannah Roxx on 01273 407537 or e-mail email@example.com to make a booking
Put that school uniform away, the summer holidays are here! The What’s On guide for Malling Community Centre in August is full of exciting activities to keep you busy over the next month.
This month, we’re welcoming Neal’s Medieval Sword Fighting class, which is usually hosted at the All Saints Centre, due to essential repairs at that centre this month. Because of the summer holidays, a few hirers have also scheduled in a well-deserved break. Please make sure you check with the organiser of the event or class you’re attending before coming down to avoid disappointment.
The centre will also be closed for a few days between 8 and 12 August for some essential repairs. However, our hard-working team will still be beavering away behind the scenes, and if you have any queries or enquiries about hiring our centre at any point, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Take a look at the full guide below:August 2022 whats on for website
Due to essential maintenance work going on, and several regular hirers taking the school summer holiday period off, the All Saints Centre will be closed for the month of August. The team are looking forward to seeing everybody in September.
The centre is currently home to developing community and arts organisations to meet, workshop, rehearse and perform. All Saints Centre is a hybrid venue functioning as both as a village hall and a performing arts space. At its best it supports its threefold aim through a commitment to community arts projects. These are participatory activities in which the local community can engage for the purpose of both self development, skill development and community building. The All Saints Centre acts as a creative hub by offering a safe place to create, explore, perform, discuss and gather.