Peakirk’s village hall was built from funds raised by the village, and was opened in August 1974 by Thomas Neaverson. It replaced the previous village hall which was an ex First World War army hut moved from Oakham in the early 1920s.
The main hall can accommodate up to 120 people, and is in regular use most days of the week by local organisations or for family parties.
The Hall belongs to the village and as long as there is a committee, there will always be your Village Hall. We have an ongoing maintenance and improvement programme, and to date this has included a new windows, new kitchen, replacement guttering and fascias, additional storage facilities, new tables and chairs and internal redecoration, lighting system upgrade as well as a new Village Hall sign.
We have recently obtained a new sound system, courtesy of the Parish council.