The Smythe Hall
Essex. CM3 6SL
The Smythe Hall was built as a School in the 1920s.
Now it is pivotal to social life in Stow Maries.
Further along Church Lane is the Church of St Mary and St Margaret.
Lieutenant Nicholls and 2nd Lieutenants Mouritzen and Milburn are buried in the churchyard,
as is Stow Maries Aerodrome's first commanding officer Claude Ridley
who died as a Wing Commander, from natural causes, during the second World War
Coronavirus (Covid-19) 6.4.21
The Smythe Hall Management Committee carried out a hall risk assessment on 6.4.21 in line with government guidance and acre.org (Action with Communities in Rural England) and are pleased that we can reopen as follows.
Step 2 - 12.4.21 - community centres can reopen & indoor leisure facilities may open for supervised sport and physical activity for under-18s and for you to exercise on your own, or with your household or support bubble. You must not socialise indoors with anyone you do not live with, unless you have formed a support bubble with them.
Step 3 - 17.5.21 - controlled indoor events may be able to take place with up to 50% capacity with the 'rule of six' or two households, therefore a maximum of 30 people.
Step 4 - 21.6.21 it is hoped all legal limits on social contact are removed.
To keep the hall Covid-19 secure we have updated The Smythe Hall Special Conditions of Hire, for more information please call 01621 828536.
Available from £12.00
Suitable for Parties, Clubs & Societies
Evenings available and spaces to be filled for regular daytime activities
To check hall availability go to Events Calendar page of this website.
Click on the link for Hall Booking Form and Conditions of Hire
Click on the link for Hall Health & Safety Policy
For more information call 01621 828536 or,
click here to contact The Smythe Hall administrator