Our facilities at Ballard's Ash offer a modern and versatile venue available to hire for private parties, celebrations, corporate events or meetings.
Nestled within 25 acres of expertly-maintained sports fields with stunning views and private parking, Ballard's Ash is located just west of Junction 16 of the M4 motorway in Royal Wootton Bassett close to Swindon, with easy access to the South West, South East and Midlands.
An appealing, modern and airy building, the Ballards Ash clubhouse offers a choice of two reception rooms, including our Main Function Room with a fully-licenced bar which can accommodate up to 150 seated guests. It provides the ideal setting for your event.
With a fully equipped kitchen on-site, and comfortable furnishings throughout, we are able to provide the surroundings and amenities to help make every occasion a success.
We take great pride in the venue's green credentials and commitment to sustainability. One of our standout features is our extensive use of solar panels, harnessing the power of the sun to generate clean and renewable energy.
Discover all the features and optional extras available in each of our flexible spaces.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to you and the team for all your hard work last Thursday. Our meeting was extremely successful and that in part was due to you ensuring all our needs were met. The venue itself is stunning and I have already recommended the venue to my colleagues.
Meet at Bassett is the trading name for Royal Wootton Bassett Rugby Football Club, based at Ballards Ash on the Malmesbury Road just outside Royal Wootton Bassett near Swindon.
The rugby club moved to Ballards Ash in September 2013 to serve as a hub for community rugby in the area. But this is not your average rugby club. Each of the Ballards Ash function rooms is air-conditioned with natural light, high ceilings and flexible room layouts which can be tailored to suit the most demanding guests.
Making our modern facilities available for private hire has helped fund the ongoing development of community rugby and ensure the club continues to be commercially viable.