Silver Band Hall

A versatile venue in Oxford available for hire.

Our purpose-built hall is conveniently located in Temple Cowley, Oxford, adjacent to the library and the site of the former Temple Cowley swimming pool.

The band hall has good parking and is an ideal venue for regular meetings, rehearsals, societies and clubs.

The hall is modern and measures 150 square metres, 9m x 17m useable floor area with ten stacking tables each 70 x 125cm serving 6-8 people. There are 100 stacking chairs suitable for adults or children.

Separate toilets and kitchen with fridge and hatch to main hall. Blinds at all windows with five wall mounted heaters and a rear fire safety exit.

Silver Band Hall Interior
Silver Band Hall Interior
Silver Band Hall Kitchen

Hiring the Band Hall

Contact us if you would like to rent the bandhall.


The table below shows a general timetable of regular hall bookings, but times and dates can vary so contact us to let us know your requirements.


We are not currently letting the hall for social gatherings (including parties) and we are unable to let to religious or political groups.

MorningBaby SensoryNatural Elements Tai Chi & Kung Fu (term-time)
AfternoonBaby SensoryTaiko Drums (2nd Sunday*)
EveningCity of Oxford Silver Band (Training and Beginners)Oxford Photographic SocietyCity of Oxford Silver Band. (Senior Band)Velvet Tones Big Band


Temple Road is now part of a Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) and so access is from Oxford Road only.

From Oxford Road (B480) turn up Temple road opposite Cowley Police Station and between Grace Church (the former URC Church) on the left and the Oxfordshire History Centre (Formerly St Luke’s Church) on the right.

Pass Temple Cowley Library on your left and then turn immediately left down Sher Afzal Close, the entry is clearly signposted Silver Band Hall. Do not go as far as the Cricketer’s Arms pub.

Sat Navs
Please note our old postcode OX4 2EZ does not bring you close to our hall. The new postcode OX4 2FA will bring to the right place but may not currently be recognised.