Tasburgh Village Hall sits at the heart of Tasburgh village which is situated approximately 8 miles south of Norwich.

Our hall is available for the whole community to use.

It is used by several local groups whose details you’ll find in the menu at the top of this page.

If you would like to set up a new group, or are looking for a regular home for your group, we might just be the place you are looking for!

And if you live locally we have a special rate for Tasburgh residents, so if you are looking for a suitable space for your next children’s party, family get together or business meeting, our rooms are flexible enough to provide a complete space for you to use.

To make a booking click on Hire The Hall on the menu above to check availability and see more details.


Inside, the Village Hall has three rooms, which can be hired individually or together.

The Large Hall (23ft x 77ft) is the main room for functions, events and larger parties.It has a stage area, dance floor and is flexible enough to be laid out for a formal wedding reception, or function.This room can be used by up to 200 people depending on seating arrangements.
The Small Hall (22ft x 37ft) is great for smaller, informal gatherings and houses the well stocked bar as well as the servery for the kitchen.It is ideal for parties, meetings, presentations and children’s birthday parties.
The Committee Room (12ft x 27ft) can accommodate 30-40 people and is ideal for smaller meetings, group activities or presentations.It has a sink and tea/coffee making facilities with access to toilets.
Wheelchair Symbol WiFi Zone LogoThe whole of the inside space benefits from free WiFi connection and is wheelchair friendly


Outside there is a league sized football pitch, two tennis courts, a play area for 8-13 year olds plus adult fitness equipment.
A toddlers play area has recently been constructed and is now available to use.
The grounds have been used as the home of the annual Tasburgh Festival, known as TasFest, and more recently as the base for the Family Fun Day and the regular Tasburgh Village Fete.