St Edith Hall is a grade II listed building, built in the late 19th century which, during the first world war, was used as a hospital and manned by the Kent Voluntary Aid Detachment. The hall is a beautiful Victorian structure with a wooden barrel-vaulted ceiling, excellent acoustics and a lovely ambience. With an adjoining bar, well stocked with real ales and a full range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, the hall is ideally suited to live music of a folk nature.
Official website stedithfolk.co.uk
St Edith Hall
- High Street
- TN15 6NA