St Michael's Hall, Yeovil
St Michaels Hall is a former church hall build in 1908. It has recently been refurbished keeping its original architecture and historic charm
The main hall is available to privatley hire for events, activities and parties. It has free on-site parking, kitchen facilities and equipment
The sub hall has been converted to run exercise classes and currently hosts studio cycling bikes and kettlebell classes
The soft play and bouncy castle parties hosted over the weekend are very popular, please contact us and book early to give your child that special day to remember
St Michael's Rd
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