The pavilion is located about 600 metres up the track which leads from the village centre opposite The Plough Inn.
The building has a fully-fitted kitchen, toilets with disabled access, hot and cold showers, a Wi-Fi and comes with tables and chairs and a gas BBQ. It is available for private hire for nomadic cricket teams, stool-ball teams, adult and children's parties, nature days and camping for schools or any group who wish to make use of this great facility in an idyllic setting.
This is a perfect location why not pay us a visit and see for yourself. 'THE ONLY PLACE IN COLDHARBOUR WHERE YOU CAN BE GUARANTEED ELECTRICITY AND AN INTERNET CONNECTION'.
The pavilion can be hired by the half-day (3 hours morning or afternoon) or longer, prices available on request. All hirers are required to sign a contract and must be over 25 years of age. A refundable damages deposit will be charged. Please contact CSSC on 01306 712009.
The pavilion requires regular maintenance both inside and out to keep it in tip-top condition. Funds are provided by the cricket club, Capel Parish Council and private hirings.
24 hour take-away hiring charges of pavilion equipment (included in the rate if you hire the pavilion but items can not be removed).
The hirer is responsible for collection, return and insurance, a £100 - £500 returnable deposit will be charged. No hire items are stored on site.
|Large Table||£1 each|
|Chair or Bench||50p each|
The new pavilion was opened in May 2007 due in part to a grant obtained from DEFRA under its 'Rural Development Programme'. The rebuilding of the pavilion was instigated by Diana Hitchcock who also spearheaded the fund raising campaign with valuable support from villagers and the cricket club. A new lease was granted by the National Trust to CSSC for the use of the pavilion and cricket ground for a further 50 years.
CSSC successfully applied for further grant monies to fund a Solar Power Scheme to provide electricity to run all basic pavilion equipment along with a Wi-Fi and Security system, they were commissioned in August 2018, the work was implemented by UK Solar Power Panels. The grant monies were provided by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development ref No 109224 via the Rural Surrey LEADER County Council programme, the Gatwick Airport Community Trust as well as donations from Capel Parish Council and Surrey County Council.