The Village Hall is located on the A56 at the west end of the village near the Church Road junction. The Hall was originally built in 1853 as the local school and was given to the community in 1905 when a new school was built on Cam Lane.
The building has significantly changed over time; in the 1970s a basement was added to provide a kitchen, toilets and store room; in 2013 the main hall was completely refurbished including much needed insulation; in 2019 a large extension was added to the rear of the main hall with an accessible toilet located on the ground floor. This new area has almost doubled the floor area and provided comfortable seating to enjoy the beautiful views over the valley.
The main hall is approximately 10m x 6m (including an overhead projector) and is used for a wide range of activities by all age groups. The new extension is 10m x 4.5m with a kitchen/bar (fridge/freezer, dishwasher, sink) at one end and seating area at the other, including large screen TV. This room is a relaxed lounge area with great views across the valley. The hall is the hub for a number of village activities including social events, village gatherings and meetings.
The hall is a registered charity run by a management committee made up of elected members and representative members. The committee meets four times a year and holds an AGM in March which is open to all residents of the village.
For hirers of the hall who would like to sell or provide alcohol, they may do so under our Premises Licence with the permission of the management committee and compliance with the hire conditions.