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About Us

Situated just outside of Fareham, Hampshire, is the lovely rural location of Catisfield, where our light and airy village hall venue is utilised for one-off events and habitual group activities. Catisfield Memorial Hall is now the village’s only community facility and local residents are keen to see it used by as many people as possible, for children’s parties, wedding receptions, christenings, birthday parties, charity events, club meetings, and much more. 

At present, the hall is used for a huge range of activities, including a bridge club, art groups, pilates, yoga, toddlers’ groups, baby sensory groups, keep-fit classes, gardening clubs, cycling clubs, and Irish dancers, as well as the Catisfield Village Association, who arrange a variety of events here.


Regular Users

£9.70 (over 80 hours per year)

£11.00 (less than 80 hours per year)

Casual Users


(minimum of 3 hours plus returnable £100 deposit)



Check out our bookings calendar.

Catisfield Memorial Hall has recently become a member of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, which will give it access to a wide range of resources including;

 Training - free online courses & 30% off our face to face training

 Valuable savings - our trusted suppliers can help you reduce costs

 Volunteer support - everything you need to know about your legal rights and obligations when managing volunteers.

 Tools & templates - HR policies & template documents for you and your board

 Trustee recruitment - free advertising in our Trustee Bank and sample role descriptions.

 Helping us to promote this community resource for the good of the residents of Catisfield and the surrounding area.

EASING OF COVID RESTRICTIONS. For the safety of our users the following is still recommended: Use hand sanitizer on entry and wash hands regularly. Cover face when in close proximity to other users, make room for others, ventilate the hall as much as possible, wipe down touch points (handles, switches etc.), carry out risk assessments . From the Trustees point of view they will continue to provide sanitizer, anti-bacterial wipes and gloves. Padded seats will now be available to use too. They will continue to allow 15 minutes either side of each booking for cleaning by users and cleaning products will be provided. The capacity of the hall will increase from 23 to 50 m masks will no longer be mandatory and the kitchen and toilets will be fully re-opened. IT IS STILL A LEGAL REQUIREMENT FOR GROUP LEADERS TO REGISTER EACH MEMBER OF THIER GROUP VIA QR CODE OR BY OTHER MEANS.