Serving the village of Icklesham since 1960
Icklesham Village Hall opened in 1960. It is conveniently situated on the Main Road through the village, adjacent to the children’s playground and the recreation ground with its cricket pitch and football field. It is close to the beautiful Norman church of All Saints and St Nicolas and the Queens Head pub is a short walk away with the Robin Hood Inn further along the main road. This makes it an ideal venue for local sports teams, and band practices as well as receptions for weddings, Christenings and other church events.
Icklesham Village Hall is managed by the Icklesham Trust, a charity run by a committee of local volunteers whose aim is to make sure that Icklesham Village Hall promotes and hosts local events and activities for Icklesham and the surrounding area. The hall is available for single private functions and hosts regular clubs and activities.
The village of Icklesham is located on the A259 between the towns of Hastings and Rye in East Sussex. There are beautiful views down to the sea and also across the Brede valley to the north.
The iconic Hogg Hill windmill stands on a ridge overlooking the village which is surrounded by fields, woods, and vineyards.