North Curry Village Hall was built in 1978 and stands in its own private car park for hall users with parking for 33 cars, two disabled parking bays and cycle racks. There is wheelchair access and a disabled toilet.
It is clearly signposted from the centre of the village and is set between the village playing field and the primary school. North Curry is six miles from Taunton and four miles from Junction 25 of the M5.
The hall is well used by the village as well as other Somerset organisations and comprises.
- Main Hall with stage
- Meeting Room
- Games Room
- Social Room
- Foyer with Ladies, Gentlemen and Disabled Toilet
- Storage Rooms
All rooms can be hired separately or together
The Hall is heated and this is included in the hiring tariff. There is a kitchen with a cooker and dishwasher (for which additional charges are made). The Main Hall has a wooden floor and a stage. The other rooms are carpeted.
The hall has a public entertainment licence and meets fire and safety standards.
The hall has a premises licensee who can authorise the sale of alchohol by prior arrangement with the Booking Secretary.
North Curry Village Hall is run by a committee of volunteers that includes representatives from the many village organisations and clubs that use the hall. Meetings are held in the Meeting Room on the first Tuesday on alternate months. The executive of the committee meet on the months when there is no full committee meeting.