Welcome to the website of Kington Langley Village Hall, a modern and well equipped hall available for hire. The hall is situated on the edge of the playing fields in the village conservation area and conveniently located just 3 miles from Chippenham and Junction 17 of the M4.

The hall is an ideal venue for:

  • • Music, dance, drama
  • • Receptions, anniversaries and parties
  • • Children’s parties – with easy access to play area and playing fields
  • • Skittles and games nights
  • • Fundraising events
  • • Business meetings, conferences and corporate events
  • • Sales and promotions

One of the finest dance floors in the area

We offer a wide and flexible range of facilities:

  • • The Main Hall – up to 180 people, excellent acoustics & a semi-sprung dance floor
  • • Flexible stage – at the end of the main hall offers a wide range of configurations
  • • Kitchen – fully equipped with 2 serving hatches
  • • The Committee Room – ideal for meetings and smaller presentations
  • • High Speed Broadband/WiFi access
  • • Disability friendly – fully wheelchair accessible
  • • Easy access – 5 minutes from the M4 and Chippenham
  • • Parking for 30 cars with additional good weather overflow area

Up to date hall availability for the coming 12 months can be checked here. Please have a look around our site and contact us if we can help with any questions you may have.

Latest News

Steve Knightley

Wednesday 23rd April, 8 pm. Steve Knightley is the acclaimed singer-songwriter and front man of Show of Hands, one of the biggest roots/acoustic bands in the country. He is now on a solo village halls tour, getting back to his roots, and we are delighted that Kington Langley is on his schedule!
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Now with added Fibre!

Now that high speed fibre broadband has arrived in Kington Langley, we have upgraded our internet connection to super high speed broadband. (read more…)

Croquet Club Open Day

Saturday 26th April, 10am – 4pm. (read more…)

Sunday 27th April, 3 to 6pm. (read more…)

Village hall weather station

The hall now has weather sensors mounted on the roof to measure temperature, wind speed and sunlight. (read more…)