St. Paul's Hall is a parish and community asset located next to St. Paul's Church in Ashby.
Built in the 1930s the building has recently been modernised and is very well maintained.
Its rooms are used for Church activities but are also hired by companies, community organisations and individuals.
The facility comprises a large hall complete with stage (pictured right) capable of seating 120 at tables or 200 in rows which is also suitable for badminton (it has a full size court), stage productions, exhibitions, fund-raising events, meetings, parties, dances etc.,
and a small hall (shown left) with a capacity of 35 at tables or 80 in rows. Each Thursday the small hall
provides the venue for our popular
Café St. Paul.
The halls are fully equipped with tables and chairs and there is a large well-appointed kitchen and separate male and female toilets and a disabled lavatory with baby-changing facility. Both halls are fully wheel-chair accessible and also have a hearing-loop system.
The large and small halls are both accessed through the well-lit foyer (shown left) and may be hired together or separately. The hall shares a car park with the next-door Church (about 20 parking spaces) and there is a council-run car park next door (free during evenings and Sundays).
St. Paul's large hall in use for a Quiz Night
The following map shows how to find St. Paul's Hall: (click on the for directions etc.). NB Access to both Church and Hall is from Ashby High Street (not St. Paul's Road).