Parties and Events

The Pavilion clubhouse is a beautiful modern facility offering lovely views over the park grounds. The function room has floor to ceiling windows opening up on to the balcony allowing the light to flood in, making it ideal for functions, parties, meetings and fitness classes.

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The room measures 8m x 10m seating 80-100 at tables or 150 standing and is available for hire 7 days a week from 7am ’till 10pm. Facilities include wheelchair access, a disabled lift and toilet. The Pavilion Clubhouse can provide bespoke catering for any function to meet your budget or there is a kitchen available for self-catering (with a separate charge).

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The Clubhouse hall now benefits from a state of the art 60” TV with surround sound which can be booked for screenings for groups, business and private parties at very reasonable rates from £30per hour.

  • This beautiful modern facility has a large, covered balcony terrace, great natural light & views
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • From £30 per hour to hire and a minimum hire of ½ hour
  • Clean and set-up services offered from just £18
  • Catering options from £1 per head
  • 5 mins walk from Kew Gardens tube station & North Sheen overground station

If you would like to make an enquiry, please use our enquiry form here.

We were absolutely delighted with the Pavilion Clubhouse as the venue for my 60th birthday party. It is clean and bright and modern, with plenty of space for the 60 or so people who came to the party along with the band, and has good facilities in terms of the kitchen and toilets. The balcony was very popular with our guests, since it was a warm summer evening, and they enjoyed seeing the fireworks from the music in Kew Gardens as they were leaving. We’d definitely recommend the venue to anyone else who is thinking of having a party. Once again, very many thanks, Peter and Susan Nixon










‘We were very well looked after and you were a big help to me in planning the event and making sure it was a success.’   Richmond Borough Mind