Surprisingly Horham Community Centre started "its life" in Hendon as part of a complex on a site owned by Cadbury/Schweppes.
This once portable building was dismantled and moved by a gang of volunteers from Horham and Athelington Community Council in the latter months of 1979. After considerable preparations, including drive way, car park and foundations on the 6acre site owned by the Community Council the building was installed and opened in 1981.
Though the years the building has been continually updated and improved to become the permanent purpose designed community centre that is owned by the village.
The interior consists of a large dividable main hall; a licenced bar and modern kitchen and toilet facilities.
The premises are available to hire and it is in regular use throughout the year with many functions organised by Horham Community Council.
Horham Village Hall Trust are responsible for the maintenance of the building and the site that features a developing children’s play area.
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