ABOUT SHALBOURNE VILLAGE HALL
The Village Hall is at the centre of the village but also, most importantly, at the heart of the community. It was built as a bible school in 1843 and continued to serve that purpose until the late 19th century after which time its use gradually evolved into what it is today. It provides a meeting space for Village organisations, a home for regular exercise classes and a venue for drama productions. It is an attractive, listed, stone building and is ideally situated lying adjacent to the Village Shop, the Village Green and the Village Pub.
The Hall is fully licensed for 60 people and often hosts dinners and lunches with up to 50 seated guests. It has a well equipped kitchen and central heating. It has baby changing facilities and an accessible toilet. The Hall is run by a small committee of volunteers who recognise that it is essential the facilities are available, attractive and vibrant for years to come and in 2016 embarked upon ambitious plans for improvement and refurbishment. The roof has been overhauled and insulated, the 1970s ceiling has been removed and the garish strip lighting has been replaced with pendants and up-lighters. Thus the ambience of the Hall has been much improved and the beauty of the 1843 building has been revealed.
Seating capacity for 60 (cutlery and crockery included), accessible toilet and baby changing facilities.
Shalbourne Village Hall, Kingston Road, Shalbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 3QF
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Tel: 01672 870 740
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