Hire Charges for Nacton residents are £26 for a session of up to 5 hours (normally the morning, afternoon or evening). For non-residents of Nacton the Hire Charge is £52 a session These prices have been updated in September 2016.
In addition a refundable Deposit of £100 against damages is required for evening events on a Saturday, Sunday or Bank Holiday.
Payments must be made a minimum of 10 days before the event otherwise the booked slot may be offered to others. Payment details are below but please do not make a payment until your booking has been confirmed by the Booking Secretary.
Payments may be made by Bank Transfer to the following account:
Payee: Nacton Village Hall CIO RC 1166366
Sort Code: 08-92-99 Account Number: 65197806 Reference: Your hire date and start time.
Please advise by email to firstname.lastname@example.org when you have made an online payment.
Or by cheque payable to "Nacton Village Hall CIO RC 1166366", or cash, returned with the printed booking form to White House, The Street, Nacton, Ipswich, IP10 0HD.
If you cancel a booking within the 10 days before the event, any Deposit will be refunded but only half of the Hire Charge. For cancellations made more than 10 days before the event, a full refund will be given.
You can check the Hall availability by looking at the Booking Calendar by clicking HERE. (To return to this Booking Information page use the menu on the top right).
To complete a Hall Booking Request please click HERE or otherwise phone the Booking Secretary Mike Whybray on 01473 659679. You can use to same form to ask a question.
The Booking Secretary will reply by email or if requested by telephone, to confirm a booking and arrange payment, or to resolve questions.
Before making a booking you must read the Conditions of Hire and indicate with the tick-box that you agree to comply with them and you must agree to the Hall secretaries holding your personal information and being able to contact you with matters relevant to the Hall as required under the General Data Protection Regulations and explained in the Hall's Data Privacy Notice.