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The Main Hall

The main hall is approximately 51' x 20' plus a stage at the south end.

The hall has the following facilities:

  • Chairs for seating 100

  • Tables (two sizes for seating 4 or 8)

  • Crockery and cutlery

  • Central heating

  • Dimmable hall lighting

  • Specialist stage lighting

  • WiFi

  • Sound system (with microphone)

  • Data projector

  • Projection screen

  • Piano keyboard

  • Hearing-aid loop

  • Toilets

  • Disabled access

The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Main Hall 1

The Winn Hall has the benefit of the following licences: 

The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Main Hall 2

The Nugent Room

The Nugent Room is approximately 20' x 25'. It can be divided into two. It has separate exterior doors to the front and the car park at the rear. It also has internal access to the main hall via the stage.

The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Nugent Room 2
The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Nugent Room
The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Kitchen

The Kitchen

The kitchen is available for use by hirers of the main hall. It is well equipped with a cooker, dishwasher, microwave, etc. The kitchen has its own separate exterior door to the car park. There is a serving hatch between the kitchen and the main hall.

The Car Park

There is a reasonably sized car park which immediately adjoins the hall on three sides.

The Winn Hall, Dunsfold, Car Park

Floor Plan of the Hall

For further information about the dimensions of the venue, please see below a link to a floor plan:

Schedule of kitchen equipment

For further information about the kitchen equipment, crockery, etc. available for hirers please see the following schedule:

History of The Winn Hall

The Reverend William Henry Winn, who was Rector of Dunsfold for 25 years, was the prime mover in raising interest and the funds for building the village hall. In 1913 he announced that the site had been given by Mr Godman and the money was in the bank. Then in December that year, with his health failing, he wrote 


“It looks as if our hopes are to be fulfilled at last. Then, if I may say so, its future success rests in your hands; it is designed for the good of the whole parish, and my most earnest wish is that no differences of creed, position or politics shall be allowed to mar its usefulness. It ought to be the central meeting ground for all”.


Sadly the Rev. Winn died later that month, shortly before building work commenced in 1914. The hall was then completed by Underwoods, a local Dunsfold building firm, in 1916 at a cost of £700.


In 1997, with the benefit of a generous bequest by the late Lord Nugent and a grant from the National Lottery managed by the Arts Council, an additional room was added to the hall. This room was named The Nugent Room in memory of Lord Nugent, a Dunsfold resident who had been Chairman of the Trustees of the hall and for many years the Member of Parliament for Guildford.

Report of the Trustees and Accounts

click here for the year to 30th September 2023

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