Wick Hall was gifted by the vicar, Rev Gerald Moor, to the parish church of Lyminster in 1909. When All Saints Church became a parish church in it's own right in 1967, ownership passed to All Saints to use as their Church hall.
The deeds list four purposes for Wick Hall:
- As a place of Christian worship
- As a Church Hall
- As a source of fundraising for the Church
- As a benefit to the wider parish of Wick, promoting community.
Wick Hall comprises a large hall and a small hall and has kitchen and toilet facilities. The large hall holds up to 200 people. Both areas have direct disabled access, but there are four steps between the halls. There is parking for 7 cars.
Wick Hall is not licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages, but users may apply for a temporary events notice from Arun District Council if required. The Hall operates a no smoking policy both inside the building and within the grounds.
Users are asked to vacate the premises by 10.30pm and to keep noise to a minimum.
Bookings are made through Julie Roby the Hall manager at the Wick Information Centre.
Wick Hall Hire Fees
£30.00 per regular booked hire session
£35.00 per single session
£35.00 per regular hire session
£40.00 per single session
£50.00 per party session
9.00am – 12.45pm
1.00pm – 4.45pm
5.00pm – 10.00pm
Under 13’s only:
Afternoon session only
Additional £15.00 deposit payable on booking – for more information and to book please contact the hall manager.
Agreed by the P.C.C of All Saints Wick March 2011