About the Hall: General

Boxford Village Hall, built in 1926, exists for the benefit of the residents of Boxford and surrounding villages and, according to the constitution dated 9th December 1926, may be used for political, educational, recreational and other like purposes.
Today it is used by many clubs and societies and for children's and adults' birthday parties, anniversaries, weddings, wakes, sporting activities, dancing, yoga, and all sorts of fun and games. All are welcome to use this lovely facility.
The Hall is registered as a not-for-profit charity, regulated by the Charity Commission (registration no. 304863) and governed by its trustees. There are currently seven trustees, all volunteers, who form the management committee. 
We are also fortunate to have a band of half a dozen “Friends of Boxford Village Hall” who help out enormously in the running of the hall. We just couldn't do it without their help.
We always need additional volunteers, so if you think you might be interested in becoming a  trustee or would like to help out by becoming a Friend, then get in touch with our chair, Joe Barrett - see the contact us page.
Wheelchair Access
There is a ramp from the road up to the main entrance, though currently there is a small step across the threshold into the hall. We are in discussion with the local authority for provision of a ramp to ease access across this threshold.
Additionally, there is step-free access from the cemetery path into the hall through the fire doors at the back, although someone needs to be on the inside to open the doors.