Warnham Village Hall is a modern building located in the centre of the village of Warnham, near the town of Horsham in West Sussex.
Warnham first had a village hall in late Victorian times. The local resident and benefactor, Sir Henry Harben, established a charity to provide the residents of Warnham with a village hall. This served the village until the early 1970's when it was replaced with the present building, not far from the site of the original hall.
The present village hall has an open aspect to the building, being well designed, benefiting from natural light and possessing its own enclosed patio area. It looks out onto a magnificent oak tree and beyond, the village playground and cricketfield. It has good car parking.
The hall comprises:
Warnham Village Hall is well equipped, maintained in good condition, and easy to use. It is available to regular users, those seeking occasional bookings for parties, wedding receptions or meetings and is also available for theatre and cinema use.