Victory Hall

Victory Hall can be hired for parties and also by groups wanting to stay over.  We offer excellent rates with all funds raised going straight back to 1st Chinley Scouts group.  It is the perfect base for exploring the Peak District National Park and the fantastic local climbing.

Short hire:

The hall can be hired for short periods. Minimum hire is 2 hours at a cost of £10.00 then £10.00 per additional hour (or part thereof). To book, please complete our booking form and contact our Bookings Secretary, Erika Green (email bookings@chinleyscouts.org.uk).

Party hire:

Party bookings are available in a 4 hour block for a fee of £25.  This includes use of the hall, kitchen and outside space.  To book, please complete our booking form and contact our Bookings Secretary, Erika Green (email bookings@chinleyscouts.org.uk).

Overnight accommodation:

The Hall will accommodate 20 people with extra space in the grounds for camping.  Facilities include a kitchen, toilet, shower and central heating. If you would like more information or to check availability contact our Bookings Secretary, Erika Green (email bookings@chinleyscouts.org.uk or call 07970 848416). You will need to complete our booking form.

In 2015, we completely redesigned the internal layout of the hall, which included moving the kitchen and adding an upstairs toilet and shower room.  The photos below show the new layout.

Victory Hall

Victory Hall

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Hall history

The land forming the site of Victory Hall was  originally conveyed by Samuel Taylor to the Vicar of St Thomas Becket, Chapel en le Frith, for the purpose of building a facility for the purposes of divine service and, amongst other purposes, as a school for the education of poor children and adults resident in or the Parish of Chapel-en-le-Frith.  The price paid was £75.  The Church was we believe to be dedicated to St John, but the building was never completed for reasons unknown.

At some stage the land was bought by Joan Mary Greenwood, who was brought up and lived next door.  Her mother was a ‘Hadfield’, herself one of the family who owned The Forge/Hadfields Mill.  She entered into a deed of trust that the land was to be held for the benefit of the inhabitants of Whitehough with provision that if the trusts failed or otherwise were brought to an end the land would be conveyed back to her for £100.  She conveyed the land to The Scout Association Trust Corporation.

The approximate postcode for the hall is SK23 6DF

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