SCA Information

About Ceddesfeld Hall

Sedgefield Community Association
Sedgefield Community Association
Sedgefield Community Association

The Community Association is based in Ceddesfeld Hall, a Grade 2 listed former rectory, in the centre of the village. We offer activities and services for the community throughout Sedgefield Village and the surrounding area. Our activities range from Art to Ukulele Workshops, Carpet Bowls to Squash, and Craft to Gardening, providing a varied programme delivered for, and by, our members. Some groups regularly meet in other venues such as the Parish Hall. We also host a programme of social events.

Ceddesfeld Hall has 3 large meeting rooms and a computer suite on the first floor; the main hall, comfy lounge and intimate bar, as well as a fully fitted catering kitchen on the ground floor. The entrance is through the car park on Rectory Row and the building has disabled access and disabled toilets.

Most of the rooms are available for private hire - family parties, meetings etc - and commercial hire from 8am-11pm every day (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday).

Ceddesfeld Bar

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MON-THU 7:30PM-10:30PM & FRI 7:30PM-11PM.
With a major refurbishment completed in 2011, our CAMRA listed bar, and lounge, provide a relaxing and informal social area. Social Club Volunteers run the bar and organise social events. Time at either side of the bar gives the chance for relaxed conversation, as well as meeting new people.

Saturday closed unless an event is booked. Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday.

Hall/Room Hire

All enquiries relating to room hire and lettings please contact Wendy Gill, Email -, Tel: 01740 620206.

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Limited to 70 people. Use for Birthday parties/family celebrations, conference, christenings, weddings, larger group meetings, demonstrations, training/presentations

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Spacious and comfortable - extends into main hall

Sedgefield Community Association

Section/group meetings, training, presentation, display, private meetings.

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Computer suite


A Booking Form must be completed and submitted to the Letting Secretary. Only bookings confirmed in writing by the Letting Secretary will be valid. Whenever Sections, members or private hirers require the use of the bar facilities for special events in the Main Hall or upstairs rooms, a Bar Booking Form must also be completed.

Hall Hire Charges

Charges for SCA members in brackets

  • Main Hall: Daytime per Half day: £35 (£25)
  • Main Hall: Evening £60 (£35)
  • Upstairs Rooms: Non-Members £10 per hour. Members £15 per half day.
  • Use of the Kitchen: General Use £5. Full facilities £12

    Use by SCA Sections (all rooms and all times)

  • Under 18: 55p per person
  • 18-60 yrs: £1.10 per person
  • 60+: 70p per person.

Special Events:

  • Weddings 11.00am - 6.00pm £140 (£100)
  • Weddings 6.00pm -11.00pm £140 (£100)
  • Christenings (daytime) £45 (£35)
  • Childrens parties up to 5.00pm
  • (12 yrs & under) - £35 (£25)

Note that booking the Main Hall does not include the use of the adjoining lounge. We do not accept bookings for 18th or 21st birthday parties. We do not offer bar facilities for childrens parties. Commercial rates and other events (eg Slimming Clubs, Dance Classes) are available on request.

Hall Booking Form Bar Booking Form Gift Aid Form

Hall Hire Conditions

Please leave the room clean and tidy and take away any unused food. There are sweeping brushes in the beer store by the telephone and rubbish bins outside. Please leave quietly at the end of the event


Maximum room capacities: Main Hall 70. All other rooms 25-30. (These numbers must not be exceeded)

Fire Exits must be unimpeded at all times. Fire extinguishers are situated in the passage outside the hall. Hirers must agree to identify fire exits and toilet facilities to all users.


Music is allowed in the Main Hall but amplified music must be at a reasonable noise level acceptable to other users of the building and must be situated at the end of the hall closest to the lounge. All music MUST end at 11 pm.


Hirers are responsible for the cost of repair of any damage done to any part of the premises or the fixtures and fittings. Please report these as soon as possible.