The historic Empire Hall is a centre for village life in Graffham. It is the venue for many community activities and services including a variety or physical activities such as keep fit, yoga and pilates. Also there are regular health services run from the hall.

The Empire Hall is also a venue for different entertainment events such as live performing arts including music and drama. Also, throughout the winter months, film nights are organised by Graffham Empire Movies.

Local groups who meet in the village hall regularly include the Badminton Club, the Garden Group and the Thursday Club. The Empire Lunch Club arranges a lunch in the Hall each month which is open to all.

The Hall is also a venue for many regular community events including our annual Flower Show, Harvest Supper, Ladies Carol Concert, Easter Market, Christmas Fair and Burns Night Celebrations.

It is the normal meeting place of the Graffham Parish Council and is the Polling Station for local and national elections.

The Hall is a Charity registered with the Charity Commission and is run by a Management Committee comprising elected officers and representatives of the various clubs and societies who use the facilities.

The Empire Hall, Graffham is available for private hire for day and evening functions throughout the year. It’s an excellent venue for receptions and parties (both for children and adults) and can seat 120 guests. It is a spacious and attractive building, constructed in 1907, and is a popular facility in the Village.