The village hall is located on the green at the centre of the village.  Its official title is the Working Men’s Club and Reading Room and was gifted to the village by a Major Dunn in 1896.  It originally had an ornate façade, which was later modified to the one we see today.  Over the years the hall has been extended to provide more up to date facilities for the community.

It is used by a wide variety of local groups and organisations ranging from the Little Ducks fundraisers, WI whist drives, children’s parties/discos and Parish Council meetings.

The hall can  be hired for private functions by the session, (morning, afternoon or evening).  There is a kitchen with cooker for warming pre-cooked food and a fridge.  Also available are a limited number of wine glasses.  Cups, saucers and small plates are in plentiful supply.

The hall can take approximately 100 people standing or there are tables and chairs which offer flexible seating up to a maximum of 70.


Private parties and non village use      £20 per session

Village clubs and organisations          £15 per session

Sessions 08.00-12.00, 12.00-16.00, 16.00-23.00

Discounts on above for groups of 10 or fewer

Hire of Cinema and Surround Sound £20

Hire of Projector only £10

£100 returnable deposit is required for cinema hire

You will also require £1 coins for the electricity meter

Bookings are made and the key collected and returned at the Shop.  Payment is made when the key is collected.

If you have a query regarding the hall please contact

Claire Turner 01235 751275 or Jane Valentine (treasurer) 01235 751374