Pilsley Village Hall
 Registered Charity No. 1170654​​


A large community hall with a kitchen, a bar and  a meeting room, all at competitive rates.




About the Hall 

Pilsley Village Hall is situated within the village and is within the coal-mining district of North East Derbyshire. It was built from funds granted by the Community Programme, a government grant scheme established to reduce expected unemployment and raise community assets, when local pits were closed in the 1980s. The completed building was conveyed to Pilsley Parish Council and opened on 1st December 1984. The Sports’ Fund also contributed a grant to the hall.

Pilsley Village Hall is conveniently placed within the hub of the village. It has a spacious main hall with elevated roof for specialist sports activities; a fully equipped kitchen with serving hatch; a bar with accompanying equipment; a small meetings room; toilets (including disabled) and ample storage. All areas are accessible for all abilities.

There is a level car park, with capacity for around 30 cars and because the building is on a secondary road, there is parking at the hall-entrance for larger vehicles for dropping off and picking up.  Within 50 metres of the hall are two bus stops providing public transport to Clay Cross and Chesterfield to the west and Mansfield to the east.