Hall comprises a large, open space with a raised platform at the east
end. It is used for concerts, recitals, harvest suppers,
Cherubs, Tuesday Club, Christmas Bazaar and other activities.
It has seating for 120, a fully equipped kitchen, tables for
dining/activities, cutlery/crockery/glasses for 100 ... and a grand
Please click here if you would like to know more about this space.
Form for Regular Hire.
Booking Form for Occasional Hire.
Conditions of Hire - under review.
|The Majendie Hall set out for a concert with 100 seats (and room to spare). Refreshments may be served at the back of the Majendie Hall, in the foyer, or under the Bell Tower.||Jayne O'Mahony and her accompaniest, Daphne George, being applauded at the end of a concert on Friday, 13th January 2012. James Brockhurst, a local young pianist, played pieces by Beethoven and Rachmaninov before Jayne sang a selection of songs from West End musicals.|
|The Revd Henry Majendie, vicar of this parish between 1819 and his death in 1870, paid for a major extension to the church (1859-1860). The original nave became the north aisle, and the extension became the new nave (see photograph right, dated 1923).||In the 20th century a reduced congregation led to a reorganisation of the church's interior; the nave was screened from the aisle and became the Majendie Hall - now a fine community space availabe for hire.|
I Can't Wait for Christmas
24th December 2011
Set out for an Iona meeting.