The Kings Hall

The Kings Hall is situated on Church Piece at the edge of Grange Field.

It is close to the Charlton Kings Parish Council office, the Stanton Hall and the local library.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who owns the Kings Hall building?

Cheltenham Borough Council owns the Kings Hall building.

Who is currently responsible for the running of Kings Hall?

The trustees of the Charlton Kings Youth and Community Centre charity rent the building.

Can the Kings Hall building be hired from the trustees of the Charlton Kings Youth and Community Centre charity? Yes, the building can be hired from the trustees – contact bookings@ckycc.org.uk or call 01242 544542.

What is the future of the Kings Hall?

Any decisions rest with the Trustees and Cheltenham Borough Council and the Parish Council will continue to engage with them regarding efforts to maintain and enhance the building and the surrounding area.

Statement on the Kings Hall Project

The Parish Council recognises the importance of the Kings Hall building to the local community as a facility for the delivery of youth work and other activities that enrich Charlton Kings.

We have given long and serious consideration to the possibility of taking responsibility for the refurbishment of the Kings Hall. In the light of a professional condition survey report and detailed discussions about further levels of financial, staff and councillor commitments, it was reluctantly decided at a recent Full Council meeting to step away from this major commitment.

We have been in discussion about the way forward for a number of years with Cheltenham Borough Council which owns the building, and also the trustees of the Charlton Kings Youth and Community Centre charity, which currently leases it from Cheltenham Borough Council.

The purpose of our engagement with the Borough Council and the trustees has been to try and identify how the Kings Hall facility might be improved for the benefit of the local community and to clarify the Parish Council's role in relation to the building. We will continue to engage with our partners regarding efforts to maintain and enhance this community asset, built by our community, for future generations.