The Hall is a Parish facility primarily for use in conjunction with the Church and its services, including baptisms, weddings and funerals. It is available for use by groups associated with the Parish or for other purposes at the discretion of the Parish Priest. The Hall is owned by the Southwark Diocesan Trust and can only be used for purposes which are consistent with the charitable objects of the diocesan trust. It is a condition of all hirings that the Hall will not be used for any purpose which is contrary to the teachings of the Catholic Church or which could cause offence. At all times the Catholic nature of the Hall must be respected. Any breach or potential breach of this condition will mean that the use of the Hall is withdrawn.
Information for Hall Hire
The Hiring Agreement and ‘Conditions of Hire’ can be read here. Users and hirers should read these in full. Applications to use or hire the Hall should be made to the Parish Secretary. The Hire Agreement will not be binding until accepted and signed by the Parish Priest / Parish Secretary. The Parish Priest may decline the request to hire the Premises at any time at his sole discretion.
The hire fees are as set out below:
Non Parishioners: £300
Hall Hire setting up: £32 per hour
Clearing up: £16 per hour
All events must finish by 11.00 p.m. (or triple time will be charged): £96 and £48 respectively.
If additional cleaning of the Hall is required £20/hr will be deducted from the deposit to pay for the cleaning (minimum £100).
If for any reason, your hire is extended beyond your initial booking, we will charge additional fees based on the published rates shown above.
All hall users are now required to leave a security deposit with the Church. For event hire this is payable 7 days before & refunded 7 days after.
Please note: In the event of damage your liability may be greater than the deposit, and so you should consider insurance!
Cancellation fees may be payable in the event of a cancellation, as set out in the Conditions of Hire. Please make cheques payable to “St. Catherine of Siena Church”.