Frittenden Memorial Hall commemorates those from the village who fought and died in the Second World War.   The Hall stands as a lasting legacy to them and provides a community space for all types of events. 


Please note that the defibrillator has been removed from the fence at Acorns on The Street. The fence became unstable in the storms so it could not sustain the box. Lance French has the defibrillator machine, and the box is being stored in the Memorial Hall. The defibrillator will be installed on the front of the Memorial Hall at the end of the current works, hopefully by the end of May.

In the meantime, other defibrillators can be found on the outside of the Bell and Jorrocks pub, and at Larchmere care home.

There are preferential rates available for Parish residents. The Hall has a capacity for 120 – 200 people, depending on the function and there is a refreshment area with kitchen and crockery available. There is ample car parking.

For booking enquiries please go to the Contact Us page of this site.

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