About the Complex

St George’s Hall Complex is operated and maintained by Methwold Parish Council.

St George's Hall front

Our History

The Complex is a combination of two buildings which may one day be joined to form a single unit. St George’s Hall was founded by Robert Goodrich who created the Fruit Colony in Brookville in 1893. It has been owned and managed by the Parish Council since the early years of the twentieth century. The Fenton room was added to St George’s Hall in the 1970s. When the old social club was gifted to the parish council after it closed in 2016 additional rooms became available and the Complex as it is now was created.  

 

Our Activities

The venue supports a number of regular local activities including Methwold Theatre Club, Methwold History Group, badminton, Zumba, indoor bowls and a baby and toddler group as well as casual hires for birthday parties, weddings, craft fairs, social events, local meetings and other events.

 

 

A role play centre for children up to 6 years old, Mini Methwold, is also situated in the Complex. This can be hired for private groups and parties as well as holding regular ‘stay and play’ sessions.

Mini Methwold

Use our halls and meeting rooms

The Complex and car park are available for:

  • Meetings

  • Classes

  • Private Functions

  • Parties and Wedding Receptions

  • Social & Commercial Events etc.

  • Car Boot Sales & Fairs

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