Plympton St Maurice Guildhall

Plympton St Maurice Guildhall is in an historic area of Fore Street, Plympton in. It stands on the site of the original Guildhall which was built during the 13th century. On the front, two shields are displayed, depicting the coats-of-arms of two Members of Parliament for Plympton: Sir Thomas Trevor (1692) and Sir George Treby (1688).

Limited on-street parking is available but can't be guaranteed with bookings. Please note the Plympton St Maurice Guildhall is closed all day on Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Eve and as such bookings cannot be made to include any of these days.

Rooms available

  • Main Hall - up to 80 peoplle
  • Council Chamber - up to 30 people

Charges

Main Hall/servery

  • Weekday standard rate (8am to 8pm) - £15.50 an hour
  • Evening (after 8pm), Saturday and Sunday enhanced rate - £18.50 an hour

Council chamber

  • Weekday standard rate (8am to 8pm) - £11.50 an hour
  • Evening (after 8pm), Saturday and Sunday enhanced rate - £14.50 an hour

Private party

  • Weekday standard rate (8am to 8pm) - £31 an hour
  • Evening (after 8pm), Saturday and Sunday enhanced rate - £40 an hour

For more information email guildhallbookings@plymouth.gov.uk or call 01752 307764.