The Wickham Institute – Binsted’s Village Hall
Regretfully The Wickham Institute is currently closed, due to the Covid restrictions.
Binsted Village Hall is known as ‘The Wickham Institute’ after the wealthy local resident Mrs Sophia E Wickham (grand-mother of the late Lady Charlotte Helen Bonham-Carter), who donated the land and financed the building of the village hall in 1900.
The hall is located in Church Street, Binsted, Hampshire, GU34 4NX.
It’s a great venue which is used for a range of regular events, details of which you can find on The Wickham Institute’s website here.
The hall is also an excellent, and affordable, venue to hire for one-off events, such as fund-raising activities, anniversaries, young children’s birthday parties and other family parties. The hall itself can seat up to 80 people. Seating can be organised in an ‘auditorium’ plan, around individual tables or in a row round the hall. There is a Stage, which exits to a corridor at the rear, or can be accessed using movable steps. The hall also has a modern, well-equipped kitchen, with a cooker, dishwasher and fridge. Crockery cutlery and glasses are available. For all enquiries: Contact Us – Binsted Village Hall
The Wickham Institute is a Grade II listed building. It is one of the oldest surviving village halls in the South East.