Broadclyst Victory Hall Information

Learn more about Broadclyst Victory Hall below

About The Hall

Victory Hall is large, light and airy and well equipped, it has three interconnecting break out rooms and a kitchen, so making the venue ideal for various functions including conferences, wedding receptions, trade fairs, dances, theatre, training days, clubs and private functions both large and small. The ability to accommodate such a wide variety of activities is due to the careful thought out design and interconnection of the rooms so they can be used individually or linked to suit the customer

History

The ground that the Victory Hall is built on was donated to Broadclyst village by Sir Francis Acland. It by all accounts had been a farm but a building was erected for the use of the community, since then it has been added to and upgraded and continues to be improved to suit modern day demands.

About The Area

Broadclyst Victory Hall is only 7 miles from Exeter and is easily accessed from the B3181 which has a frequent bus service. It is adjacent to a well lit free car park. Within walking distance of the hall is a delightful church, pub, b&b, shop, and post office and now a thriving charity shop. Recently the hall is running a community café on Thursday mornings. Broadclyst village is part of the National Trust Killerton estate so provides a pleasant backdrop for photo opportunities.

Available Rooms

The Acland Room

211 people seated, 140 banqueting
  • Dual Lighting
  • Sprung Floor
  • Large Stage
  • Large Screen
  • Up to date sound & lighting system
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Connected to well equipped kitchen
  • £16/hour

The Wiltshier Room

30 people
  • Sink
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Large screen
  • Can be used as a bar or cloakroom
  • £8/hour

The Green Room

25 people
  • Can be a dressing room or meeting room
  • Mirrors
  • Wash basin
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Large screen
  • Separate entrance
  • £8/hour

Bookings Clerk Tina Mcallister would be happy to answer any questions you have regarding amenities, licences and availability of rooms in the hall, either by e mail or by telephone. The management team would be happy to recommend local florists, caterers and designers and special deals can be made depending on requirements and availability.

You can view a plan of the Victory Hall by clicking on the image below. Alternatively, you may download a PDF version by clicking here.