The Normandy Village Hall provides a main hall, a small hall and a meeting room. All of the rooms are available for public hire at times when it is not used by regular user groups.
There are a number of regular activities are carried out in the hall by many local organisations, some of which may be of an interest to you.
Lady Roberts of Henley Park Mansion, widowed in 1913 by the death of Sir Owen Roberts, gave up the greater part of the Mansion for use as a Military Hospital during the 1914 – 1918 War.
The Normandy Village Hall provides two Halls and an upstairs meeting room in a beautifully maintained modern building with ample parking for 200 cars.
The Main Hall can cater for functions up to 150 people with a large stage also available.
The Small Hall can cater for functions up to 60 people. Both halls have fully stocked kitchens for use with them.
The meeting room is set up for meetings or small activities for up to 40 people and have access to the small kitchen upstairs.