The Town House dates back to the 16th century. A listed Grade 2* building it has housed a school, villagers and even a fire engine in its colourful history and now serves as Barley’s much loved village hall.     

Over the years it has undergone various refurbishments to provide a wonderful setting for all sorts of events. In 1996 the Town House was the first village hall in the country to be licensed for civil marriages and the first marriage took place on May 11th that year.   

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To check availability and request a booking or viewing please see hereTick the room you require at the very top of the page, then scroll through to the date you would like. Click on the blue cross in the top right hand corner of that date and then complete the booking form. For assistance using the Hallmaster Booking System  download pdf.

For other enquiries please contact the the lettings officer Robin Saklatvala preferably by email

 or by phone  07305239429 during normal business hours please. 
Also have a look at the Barley Town House Facebook page

The Town House is a registered charity (No: 1038681). Barley Parish Council are sole Managing Trustees of this charity but day to day running is delegated to a committee, the Town House Management Committee chaired by Nick Shaw contact details: 01763 848375 or
Robin Saklatvala   07305239429