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Welcome To Lindfield's
King Edward Hall


The King Edward Hall is situated in the heart of the village of Lindfield, West Sussex, England. Built in 1911 it is sited opposite the picturesque duck pond. Lindfield boasts a flourishing, active community and is famous for it’s rich historic architecture and local buildings.

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Virtual Lindfield Village Run (and walk!) 2021

Saturday 29th to Monday 31st May 2021



Whilst the Lindfield Village Run is traditionally a 5k and 10k run around a rural cross-country course on the first Bank Holiday in May – this year, because of the current social restrictions in place, we will be holding a Virtual Lindfield Run & Walk.


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LATE SUMMER LINDFIELD VILLAGE DAY

Saturday 11th Sept 2021



Following the cancellation of 2020's Lindfield Village Day due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are delighted to announce that we plan to run at Late Summer Lindfield Village Day on Saturday 11th September 2021.


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KING EDWARD HALL FACILITIES

Rooms For Hire


King Edward Hall is used for a wide variety of events throughout the year, including community meetings, dance classes and film & theatre performances. It can also be hired for private functions, view our facilities and make a booking.


Newcombe
Hall
Jubilee
Room
The
Library

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KING EDWARD HALL HISTORY

Built in 1911


King Edward Hall stands facing the pond in the village of Lindfield, West Sussex, dedicated to the memory of King Edward VII.


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King Edward Hall

Update December 2021

COVID-19 Guidance

England has moved to Plan B in response to the risks of the Omicron variant. As such it is now compulsory for users of King Edward Hall to wear face coverings. 

Anyone engaged in activities which would normally take place in one of the exempt settings: eating, drinking, exercising, or dancing, is exempt from wearing a face covering, but must wear one at all other times e.g. when entering the Hall; using the kitchen/toilets; at an event where refreshments are served but they are not eating/drinking.

Community events and activities and private hires are being permitted with risks being managed by hirers e.g., through ventilation, encouraging social distancing, wearing of face coverings, hand washing and use of sanitiser.  More frequent cleaning of regularly touched surfaces is also being encouraged.

The Hall continues to operate under special COVID conditions of hire with the following reduced room capacity:

Newcombe hall:  100 seated in rows, 67 around tables

Jubilee room:       40 seated in rows, 33 around tables

Old Library:           20 in rows

Copies of the special COVID-19 conditions of hire and the Hall’s COVID-19 risk assessment are available to view here:

Management Committee
King Edward Hall