Welcome to Tubbs Hall

Covid 19

Tubbs Hall are planning to reopen in a limited way, to some of the groups who already had regular bookings, from the end of September/ beginning of November.

We will not be able to take casual bookings at the moment.

The risks have been assessed by the Management Committee, using advice from ACRE, and certain changes have been made for safety reasons.

Safety measures for the use of the hall will be clearly displayed in the entrance hall along with hand sanitiser.

Instructions will be issued to users with regard to the use of chairs and tables and the number of people allowed to attend according to the activity.

The plan is to clean the hall regularly in line with usage.

The kitchen will no longer be available although users will be able to bring their own food and drink.

Only 1 toilet will be open.

The entrance to the hall will be at the front as usual but the exit will be through the side doors.

Further information may be added in the next few weeks.

Millennium Mosaic

Millennium Mosaic

Tubbs Hall is within the Kings Worthy Community Centre, Fraser Road.

A modern building situated right in the centre of Kings Worthy, which also houses the Kings Worthy Parish Council offices and meeting room.

The Tubbs Hall is available for hire to community groups and hosts a number of regular weekly and monthly events and for private hire (parties, christenings etc). Under 18’s are welcome to make regular and one off bookings too.

Starter rates are offered for residents wanting to try new ideas for a class or group.

Tubbs Hall is a registered charity - the website is a helpful guide and also has a section on the role of trustees.

We would welcome new volunteers, meetings are held once a quarter.

We want you to succeed!

Read the Annual Report - now available online

Commercial bookings also accepted with prices according to numbers.

To book the hall, or to enquire about starting new groups, please contact Frank Cannon or the Chairman, Jackie Porter

You can also view the Millennium Mosaic which was commissioned by the Parish Council and Southern Arts. It was created by the professional mosaicist, Joanna Dewfall.