Lyne Village Hall is situated in the picturesque village of Lyne, on the outskirts of Chertsey, Surrey. We are very fortunate in that the hall is owned by the village. The hall is home to a variety of clubs and societies, and we hire out the hall and have an annual fete to raise money for the upkeep of the hall and facilities.

The hall is available for hire and is a great venue for parties, dances and meetings.

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Lyne Village Hall was built in 1908 by Sir Edward Stern of Fancourt for the residents of Lyne Village. It was then known as The Lyne Club and provided recreation in the form of a reading room, billiard room and rifle range. There was also a ‘silver band’.

Over the years the hall has served the community in many ways: a baby clinic, lunch room for Lyne School and a polling station to name but three. At that time the ‘Club’ was administered by three trustees and a committee.

In 1992 Lyne Club became a registered Charity and became known as Lyne Village Hall. It is run by a committee of volunteers drawn from the community and the groups that provide a range of activities within the hall.

Since 1992 the Edward Stern Room has been added and the children’s play area and the car park have been rebuilt and improved.

Lyne Village Hall is self supporting relying on hirings and fundraising functions throughout the year to provide income.


All bookings are subject to Terms and Conditions available upon request