Amy Robsart Hall, Syderstone
Built in 1845 as the village school, the Amy Robsart Hall in the village of Syderstone retains its original charm and character.† In the austere mid 1800ís a school hall and classrooms was a luxury that could not be afforded.† The solution was to divide the hall into three classrooms with part glazed wooden partitions that could be speedily opened for school assembly and other group activities.† These original features have been retained and although the hall is licenced for 99 persons, it can simply be divided into sections to provide an intimate venue for smaller groups as well.
†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† The hall is ideal for management training courses and conferences, private parties and functions, indoor sports, meetings and community group activities of all types.† Seating and tables are provided for up to 99 persons and the well appointed kitchen has cutlery and crockery for the same number, together with ample work surfaces and electric cooker.† Light refreshments may be prepared on site or bought in by arrangement with local suppliers.
The school yard or playground has been resurfaced and retained for car parking.† Unusually for a Norfolk hall the entrance to the car park is via a lockable security gate, thereby providing secure off road parking on site. Additionally there is ample on street parking in nearby roads.