Maxey Village Hall dates from the middle of the 19th century and is positioned at
the heart of this beautiful Cambridgeshire conservation village.
Built of local stone, the building housed the village school (hence School Lane) up until the mid 1960's. Since that time it has been enlarged and improved to accommodate its many uses for the locals over the years.
Today the hall is, physically and figuratively, very much the centre of this thriving community. During any year functions and ‘get-togethers’ are held there; from regular Parish Council meetings to village dances,whist drives, art groups. It's the polling station at election time and the regular meeting place for community groups.
The committee of hall trustees are charged with its governance, maintenance and improvement - for the benefit of Maxey's residents and all hall users.
Maxey Community Association is a registered charity - No. 302650
Maxey Village Hall, Maxey Cambs
The Hall is run by the Trustees on behalf of the Village
Booking rates have been held since 2012.
Convenient to Market Deeping, Peterborough and Stamford and easy to find
The hall has undergone an extensive refurbishment and repair program within the last few years.
The hall facilities are comprehensive:- Click for more information
Apart from maintaining the hall and managing the private letting the Village Hall Trustees organise a number of social events throughout the year and are also active in raising funds for charitable events
For details of contacts for meetings
Click here to view the Maxey Picture Archive
Ever heard of the Maxey Girls Choir?
Click here to view article from newspaper dated Dec1 1964
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Photo’s from the Christmas Fayre.
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