Hoxne Village Hall
St. Edmund`s Hall, Goldbrook
Hoxne Village Hall started life as a reading room for working men.
In the 1960s it became charity for the benefit of people living in the local area. It was quite dilapidated by the end of the 20th Century, at which point it underwent a major refurbishment, resulting in the hall as seen today.
It is without doubt a major asset to the local community with a stage, lounge, bar and kitchen, among its faculties.
The hall is run by local volunteers.
Postcard of the Hall from 1903