Facilities at the Hall

Fairburn Memorial Hall is an excellent venue for parties, meetings, dances, training courses, sporting events, school activities, community events and more. It has a large main hall, a kitchen with serving hatch to the main hall, and a committee meeting room.

The community defibrillator is located on the outside of the hall and is available 24/7.

We also have a wheelchair which is available for use by the community for a small donation to the hall funds.

We have free super-fast wireless broadband at the hall and so it is a great place to hire for your business, meeting or course.



The hall has a decent sized car park adjacent to the hall. The front porch and reception area is spacious and has a payphone, local information and details on local groups who regularly use the hall. 

The Post Office runs from a small office in the reception area. This service is now open on Tuesdays from 3-4:30pm. Please support this service. 


Main Hall

The main hall is approximately 8.5m x 16.5m and has a sprung wooden junkers beech sport floor with badminton court lines. The Hall is well lit and has a lot of natural light. It has a high ceiling with skylight windows. There is serving hatch to the kitchen with shutter. The main hall has a stage and projector screen. In the store there are plenty of chairs (184) and tables if required. The hall also has an upright piano. The war memorial is also located in the main hall.



The kitchen is approximately 4.8m x 5m. It has a modern 6 ring electric hob and double width oven. It has plenty of cutlery, crockery, cafetieres and teapots, hot water urn, dishwasher, 2 sinks, fridges, microwave and kettles. There is a central work area with stools and side worktops. 


Committee Room

The committee room is 4.2m x 7.4 and is a flexible space. Tables and chairs for this room are available from the main hall store.


War Memorials

Fairburn Memorial Hall houses 2 war memorials for those who gave their lives in World War 1 and World War 2. Information on them can be found at the following links