URGENT NOTICE FOR BLOOD DONORS
Our friends at the Welsh Blood Service have informed us that they have a number of vacant appointments for their upcoming sessions at our hall.
If Santa can make time to give blood you can too.
Book your donation today by following the link below and give someone #thebestgift this #Christmas
Welcome to the website of St. Margaret’s Church and Community Hall. We hope that you find the information you need here.
The hall is used not only by the church, but also by the wider community of the Wrexham area. We welcome enquiries about hiring this popular venue and our contact details are given below.
St. Margaret’s Church & Community Hall
Telephone: 01978 354018 (24 hour answer phone)
The spacious hall was built in 1956 to a high specification including a stage and dressing rooms. A substantial part of the original cost of £13,000 was met by a bequest from the estate of Mrs. F. W. Morris, who had laid the foundation stone of St Margaret’s Church on the 14th March 1928.
The hall was reopened in April 2006 for community use after extensive refurbishment funded by a grant of £140,000 from the Welsh Assembly. Further grants in 2007, 2008 and 2014 from WREN, AVOW, Wrexham County Borough Council and the Welsh Assembly have enabled the purchase of new curtains, banquet tables and chairs and the installation of double glazed windows. In 2021, we were awarded a grant of £25,000 from the Landfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme towards the cost of a new insulated roof.
The hall is situated off Chester Road, within the grounds of St Margaret’s Church. The church and the hall share a large car park and full security lighting.
The main hall floor is sprung maple and has recently been renovated. The main hall can seat about 200 people without tables, or about 100 people with tables. Heating is by gas with radiators on both sides of the hall. There is a ramped double fire exit from the hall to the car park.
The kitchen has a preparation area at one end and a serving hatch at the other. There are stainless steel worktops with a double stainless steel sink. There is a fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave and an instant water heater.
At the opposite end to the main entrance is a self contained meeting room, which can seat about 12 people. The meeting room has its own toilet, which is fully fitted for disabled use and a ramped fire exit to the car park. The church lounge can also be hired for some meetings.
The hall offers a quality venue for children’s parties.
We can cater up to 60 children and the hall is large enough to accommodate a bouncy castle.
All we ask is that the hall is left in the same clean and tidy condition as it was before the event.
The hall can offer banquet facilities for up to 80 people, seated on high quality chairs around 10 large round tables.
Please ask to visit if you would like to view the facilities.
HIRE CHARGES AND CONDITIONS
The basic cost to hire the hall is £18 per hour for community groups and £20 per hour for businesses. Children’s parties usually cost £50 for a three hour booking which includes time for setting up before and clearing away after a party lasting two hours. There may be an additional charge for any extra services provided, or discounts in some charitable circumstances. A quotation will be given in response to all booking enquiries.
The booking form and the conditions of hire can be downloaded from the links below. Please make a provisional booking first by telephone or email. To confirm a provisional booking, please complete and return a booking form. You can use the Word version if you want to type your answers, or the pdf version if you want to print it first and complete by hand.
OTHER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
CURRENT REGULAR BOOKINGS
Support for Childminders – Monday mornings
U3A French – Monday mornings
Parkinsons Support Group – Monday afternoons (monthly)
Lymphoedema Support Group – Monday afternoons (monthly)
Karate – Monday and Wednesday evenings
St Margaret’s Singers – Monday nights
Wrexham Art Group – Tuesday and Wednesday mornings
Dementia Support – Tuesday afternoons (fortnightly)
Footie 4 Kids – Tuesday afternoons
1st Acton Brownies – Tuesday evenings
Dementia Art Group – Wednesday afternoons
Zumba – Wednesday evenings and Friday mornings
Blood Donation sessions – usually Thursdays and/or Fridays (by appointment)
Footicubs – Saturday mornings
Kick Boxing – Sunday evenings