In the early seventies Plymouth’s population was increasing, industry was in its infancy and expansion towards the north of the city was inevitable. Leigham was the first estate to emerge, mainly, if not entirely, at that time social housing with little industrial developments. The Church of England and the Diocese of Exeter foresaw that it was essential to have a presence in this new emerging community, so Leigham Hall was built.
The Hall is large and spacious, having a kitchen, men’s and ladies toilets and ample space for storage.
Ad-hoc bookings of Hall (£12 per hour)
Regular bookings of Hall (£11 per hours)
Printable Information for Hirers
Printable Booking Contract (Terms and conditions)
Printable Booking Form
Printable Privacy Notice
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