At the heart of the Cley community…
Cley Village Hall is situated on the beautiful north Norfolk Coast at the heart of the iconic village of Cley.
Built in the late 1970s, financed largely by local efforts, the hall opened in 1980 and has, ever since, been a meeting place for the village.
The hall offers a venue for social gatherings, live music evenings, theatre and drama workshops, flea markets and Christmas fairs.
It’s a great place for local clubs and societies to meet – and for talks and presentations. The hall has a modern kitchen, and a smaller club room with a bar.
The village hall and grounds are maintained by a group of enthusiastic volunteers who also come together with ideas for fundraising and events for the hall.
Councillors on the Cley Parish Council are the custodian trustees for the Cley Village Hall charity.
To hire, contact Gunhild Espelage (01263 740186 or by email).