Didcot Civic Hall

Didcot Civic Hall in Didcot Oxfordshire
Britwell Road
OX11 7JN

About Didcot Civic Hall

Didcot Civic Hall is owned by Didcot Town Council and managed by Didcot Civic Hall Management Committee as a resource for the local community, it was originally built in 1979 and was opened by SIR Ashley Ponsonby – a former Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire.

In 2011 it was fully refurbished with an investment of £1.3M, creating a simple and contemporary design solution for this historic building in the heart of Didcot.

Didcot Civic Hall in Didcot Oxfordshire

The Civic Hall can be used for a variety of community, social and commercial activities, including but not restricted to: meetings, small or big conferences, classes, clubs, arts and crafts, sports activities, dance classes, birthday parties, engagement parties, weddings, christenings and communion receptions, slimming clubs and martial arts classes.

Following improvements to its services from January 2018, the Civic Hall was nominated by Thames Valley Awards for Outstanding Contribution to the Community Award in December 2018, and for the Community Business of the Year Award by FSB Awards in March 2019.

There are five uniquely designed function rooms, the largest of which can accommodate a maximum of 350 guests. The Park Room is ideal for small meetings while the Main Hall is more spacious and appropriate for larger gatherings and social events. All rooms are elegantly furnished with natural light and blackout blinds.

Professional equipment provided includes LCD projector, screens, televisions, a flip chart, fax and photocopy machine. The Civic Hall offers complimentary water and sweets for every meeting and catering service can be organised upon request. Wi-Fi is available in all conference rooms.

To make a booking inquiry, please contact their experienced staff who are always on hand to assist with any special requirements.

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