Complete with ample car parking facilities, Wraysbury Village Halls contain modern rooms with bar area and self-catering facilities for community use and private events.
We were asked to provide an awning as a focal point to the entrance and the Deans Classic awning perfectly fitted the bill. The Classic is a semi cassette system of German design assembled by us exclusively in London. The awning meets the Highest German TüV standard achieving the CE Class 2 rating. The Classic awning can be assembled in a linked configuration up to 12 mets wide with an arm extension of up to 3.50 meters. Electric or manual options are available and more information with a brochure down load can be found at this link.
The Wraysbury Village Halls at the Green, Wraysbury have a number of halls of varying sizes catering for all types of event from the largest, The Thames Hall providing for a maximum of 185 people, down to The Colne Room, the smallest of the four halls, which is ideal for seating up to 50 people for meetings of clubs/societies etc.
Wraysbury village and civil parish stands on the east bank of the River Thames, midway between Windsor and Staines, it is 18 miles from London. Until 1974 it was in the county of Buckinghamshire and was administered by Berkshire County Council between 1974 and 1998, but now by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead; however, just to confuse, the Wraysbury Reservoir is in the Spelthorne district of Surrey.