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Pakenham Village Hall

The hall has the following features to help you run the perfect function. Built in 2003 designed in a style sympathetic to its setting within a conservation area.
Air Conditioning for the summer and full central heating for the winter. A fully suspended wood floor, suitable for all usages and ideal for dancing. Flexible lighting allowing mood lighting for your function. A modern Kitchen with all the usual facilities. An induction loop for the hard or hearing.
A built in sound system for Public Address purposes and your background music. WIFI,
A paved area, with access lobby, which can used as a patio.The hall is available until 11.00 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 12.00 midnight Friday and Saturday and 10.00 p.m. Sunday . 

If you are interested in hiring our hall for your event checkout the Calendar for availability and email for more information. 

Children's Play Area

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The New Children's Play Area was opened on 21st October 2023.

More information about the play items , Click Here
The approx  post code is IP31 2LE and What3Words is ///achieving.mixes.image

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Playing Field 

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The Playing Field is approx 3 acres and suitable for football and other sports . The Pavilion can be hired for small groups including children's parties. 

For more info please email 

Pavilion 

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We are looking to replace our Pavilion - Please click the link to see our progress 

For more info please email 

 

Postcode Places Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People's Postcode Lottery

Our Charity has received £25,000 from the Trust to complete the funding of our new Children's Play Area which was opened on 21st October 2023

 

 

 

 

Pakenham is a small village with a population of approximately 900 situated in the Borough of St Edmundsbury in SuffolkThe heart of the village is a conservation area and there is ribbon development along a winding lane towards the flood plain and the mere.The village also boasts a watermill and a windmill both of which are open to the public.

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