Iwade @ the Barn

Registered Charity (1163386)

Iwade @ the Barn is a Grade II listed former agricultural barn which has been converted into a community space available for hire. This cosy space has a main hall of 7m x 4m which is available for community organisations to use as a meeting place and private hires for events such as small parties, gatherings, wakes or an exhibition space. A small kitchen complements the space and a WC with disabled access brings all the facilities that are needed to complete this community hub.

The Barn is currently available for hire to residents of Iwade but for other events please get in touch with the Trust as other bookings will be considered if they bring a benefit to the residents of Iwade. We want the space to be used as much as possible and welcome all ideas.

Check our Calendar to see when the Barn is available if you are interested in booking, then go to How to Book to download a Word or Pdf booking form, the Word document can be completed and emailed or print out the Pdf and drop it into our postbox which is outside the double doors at the Barn.

Get in touch

Contact details

Email bookings@iwadebarn.org.uk

Email trustees@iwadebarn.org.uk

Email accounts@iwadebarn.org.uk

Like us or message us on facebook at Iwade at the Barn

By post to:
Iwade Barn
20 All Saints Close

Note we have our very own post box at the Barn if you are delivering by hand :-)

Barn Calendar

Note this calendar is for guidance only and may not be real-time. Do get in touch if you would like to confirm availability.

Click on an event in the calendar to see timings.

Onedrive Calendar (for admin users only)

The Onedrive Calendar is for admin users only, gives full details of bookings and is real-time.

How to book

If you've checked the Calendar and the date and time you want is available then get in touch to provisionally book your date with a booking form if possible (Pdf and Word links below) or send these on afterwards in a separate email if you are completing in Word or in the Barn post box outside the double doors at the Barn.

PDF is recommended if you are going to print the document out and complete by hand but Word is recommended if you have Word on your computer and are planning to complete the document in Word.

Business Directory

Please find here listings of the local businesses that have been kind enough to offer their support to-date. Iwade @ the Barn trustees would like to say a massive thank you. Click on the images to go through to their websites.

Get in touch with Iwade's Steve Allart of SK Gardening Iwade for assistance in your garden. Steve and team kindly volunteered to maintain the grounds at Iwade @ the Barn free of charge and come highly recommended!

Knauf are at Ridham Dock Iwade and kindly provided the plasterboard for the barn. Thank you!

Nicholls Transport Sittingbourne kindly provided the transport for the plasterboard!

Get in touch with Iwade's Gavin Marsh of Window Tech Home Improvements for high quality windows and doors. Gavin kindly offered his team to install the internal double oak doors at Iwade @ the Barn.

Invicta Security installed the security system at the Barn and have also kindly sponsored the Official Re-Opening with a cash donation.

Thank you to John Edy at Iwade's Redy 2 Drive Driving School who has also sponsored the Official Re-Opening of the Barn with a cash donation.

Get in touch with Minster's Dean or Lindsey Hanson of Hansons Roofing and Building by email at info@hansonsroofingandbuilding.co.uk, by mobile text or telephone 07947 898560 or on 01795 875271. The Hansons kindly volunteered their team to plasterboard the Iwade Barn.

Barn Thank Yous

And More!

Thank you to Christian Booker our barn plumber who volunteered his time to get the barn flush (geddit?!)! And thank you to Avonside Roofing who supplied and fitted the roof vents for the extractor fans at the barn.

Wednesday 15th November

And More Thank yous!

A belated thank you to Knauf for supplying the plasterboard for the barn, free-of-charge, and to Nicholls Transport for delivering. Thank you to All Saints Church Iwade for donating the funds for the disabled toilet, it is much appreciated. And to Swale Borough Council for their cooperation and support in this joint venture in conjunction with the burial ground. Thank you to Swale Borough Councillor Ben Stokes and Duncan Dewar-Whalley for their grants. We must also thank David Paine Architects who went above and beyond to do our listed building plans for planning permission.

Tuesday 14th November 2017

More Iwade @ the Barn Thank yous!

A big thank you to Iwade Parish Council who have given the Iwade @ the Barn a lot of support to-date.

A big thank you to Iwade's Matthew Richards at Invicta Security and Redy 2 Drive Driving School Iwade who are sponsoring the opening (Saturday 25th November 2017 5pm to 7pm hope to see you there!).

Thank you to all the local companies who have been going above and beyond to get the barn ready for opening including Russ @ SawDust Carpentry, Jon Shannon @ Shanlec Services, Matt Plumb @ Plumbs Plastering Service and Dave Ingall @ Ingall Flooring.

Friday 10th November 2017

Iwade @ the Barn Thank you!

A big thank you to all the volunteers and local companies who have been working hard to progress the Iwade @ the Barn project. Tony Trower and Shaun Heathfield have been doing the timber stud work and ceiling beams to create the kitchen, toilet and lobby area working all hours to move this on so a big thank you to them. Gavin Marsh at Window Tech is kindly donating his time to install the internal double oak doors which will keep the barn secure and toasty so thank you to Gavin you can find his business card in the Barn Directory he comes highly recommended. Cameron Beart and colleagues at B W May have been assisting with the supply of materials so thank you Cameron and co.

On Sunday February 2017 we had an Iwade @ the Barn clean up so thank you to everyone who came along and helped including Steve Allart from SK Gardening who you can also find in the Barn Directory and like Gavin comes highly recommended, both Iwade businesses that we are happy to support.

Friday 3rd March 2017