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A centre for the whole community

The Village Centre

We have the perfect space for your event. From a large main hall to an intimate meeting room

Now in our second year

A centre for village events, activities, meetings and much more.

We're still fundraising

For everything from tables to teacups!

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Latest news and updates

Latest Update Regarding the Coronavirus Situation

The Village Centre has now reopened, at least in a limited way. We are welcoming back most of our regular weekly exercise and dance groups, but larger events, parties, the village cinema etc will have to remain on hold for the moment. There is more detailed infomation on our News Blog which is updated regularly. Important - the Centre will not be open to public visits unless by prior arrangement, so for any enquiries please Contact Us.

Thank you all for your support. Remember that our primary concern is for your safety. Wash your hands and let's keep Dersingham safe and healthy! The information below is for your reference.

Ready for the future

If you would like to book a room or the main hall for your event, all the information you need can be found from the links below. Our hire charges, availability calendar and a link to our Booking Enquiry page are all here. Scroll down to read more about the facilities of the Centre and to see a floor plan.

Availability Calendar Hire Charges and Conditions Booking Enquiry

More about the Dersingham Village Centre and Village Hall

The Village Centre is situated in the 'heart' of Dersingham, close to St Nicholas Church and the Carole Brown Health Centre. It is on the site of and incorporates part of the former Church Hall, which has been extended and refurbished to create a flexible community space. The construction of the new building was a Dersingham Parish Council project, but now the Centre is leased, at a peppercorn rent, to the Dersingham Village Centre Association. Through constant fundraising and run entirely by volunteers, the DVCA has equipped the Centre with furniture, kitchen items etc, and it undertakes the day to day running of the venue.

Key features are:

  • Central Hub area, accessible from all rooms. It seats 24 in café style and is ideal as a meet and greet space.
  • Large main hall plus two meeting rooms, any of which can be hired separately or together.
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Fully accessible facilities throughout
  • Stackable chairs and folding tables support a variety of uses
  • Free wi-fi throughout the building
  • Flexible booking system
  • Fully licensed
  • Car parking on site

The Main Hall

A large space than can easily accomodate substantial functions. Up to 150 people may be seated banquet style, or 200 people theatre style (note, some restrictions may apply). There is an vaulted acoustic tile ceiling for best audio quality and a sprung wooden floor for dancing.

view of the main hall interior

The main hall set up for one of our community lunches

  • Fixed electrically-operated large screen, with projector available
  • Audio system
  • Free Wi-fi
  • High quality portable staging which can be configured to suit your purpose

Ground Floor Meeting Room

The ground floor meeting room, or Garden Room, is a light and airy space ideal for small to medium groups, or for the more modest sized meeting or public presentation that does not need the large space of the main hall.

view of the Garden Room interior

The Garden Room ready for a meeting

  • Can accomodate up to 40 people seated at tables
  • Floor to ceiling windows for maximum natural light
  • Free Wi-fi
  • A small refrigerator is in the room, to keep food or drink cool

First Floor Meeting Room Suite

The first floor suite, or Loft, comprises a room suitable for up to twenty people which also has a small kitchen unit and refrigerator built in. Immediately outside the room is a landing area with a fully accessible toilet. The first floor of the Centre is reached by stairs or there is a small lift that can take a wheelchair and one or two people.

view of the Loft interior

The Loft includes a kitchenette

  • Can accommodate up to 20 people seated at tables
  • Carpeted
  • Accessed via stairs or lift
  • Accessible WC
  • Kitchenette
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Ideal for private meetings or quiet work

Floor plan of the building

hall floor plan


  • Fully equipped to catering standard with crockery, cutlery and glassware
  • Connected to the hall and the hub.
  • Serving hatch, ideal for a bar
  • Rear access for deliveries

Our Supporters

A big thank you to the following businesses and organisations who are supporting the Village Centre.

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Although much of the cost of the new Village Centre has been met by grants from a variety of sources, including the Big Lottery, the Dersingham Village Centre Association are still raising funds to equip the new hall with all the essentials of a modern community building. You can help, by joining our Village Centre Lottery or, of course, you can just make a donation. Whichever way you choose, your generosity is much appreciated and will enhance the experience of all the eventual users of the Village Centre.

how to join the lottery, plus other fundraising information