All Cannings Village Hall lies in the centre of an attractive village situated in the historic Vale of Pewsey Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village, which is served by the Connect bus service, is 5 miles east of Devizes, 10 miles south west of Marlborough and 5 miles west of Pewsey (with its excellent rail links).

The hall, which dates from the 19th century (when it was the village shop and Post Office), consists of one main hall and a recently modernized kitchen and bathroom (facilities described in more detail below). The Hall also provides a large garden area, which is ideal for summer outdoor parties. It is easily accessible to children and the less mobile (disabled access and toilet). It shares its site with the All Cannings Community Store and appropriate car parking is provided.

Hall capacity – up to 40 seating at a table, up to 60 (theatre style seating) and up to 80 standing.


There is one main hall (5 x 10 metres square) accessed through a large front entrance hall and at the rear a ramp access via large double doors. The ramp opens out onto a rear patio and thence to the garden. The practical kitchen (refurbished in 2015) is linked to the hall by a serving hatch.


  • Modern kitchen, with modern electric cooker, crockery, cutlery and glassware
  • Full range of tables and chairs for meetings and parties
  • Fully accessible hall•
  • Patio and large garden area for outdoor entertaining


All Cannings Village Hall, 34 The Street, All Cannings, SN10 3PA


Email: acvhbookings@gmail.com

Tel: 07966 701744


For more information about this hall including licensing, events and capacity, please see the ‘Additional Information’ section to the right or below this description (on mobile devices). Facilities and features for this hall are listed at the top of the page (red icons).

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Additional Details

  • Capacity: 50-100
  • Licensed For: Plays, Recorded Music, Live Music
  • Suitable For:Children's Parties, Dance Classes, Exercise Classes, Wedding Receptions, Private Functions