Stanton Fitzwarren’s small village hall was built and owned by John Trenchard Caldwell Masters in 1874 and began its life as the village Infant School and the Headteacher lived in the adjoining house.  The School closed in the 1930’s and Mr Masters gave the building to the village (therefore the Hall is owned collectively by everyone in the village) and the hall is now run by a Management Committee responsible for its hiring, general maintenance and improvements. The Hall is a registered charity.

Access to the hall is along a drive off the main road midway through the village, a “Village Hall” sign can be found by the entrance on the stone wall .

With a village population of only about 200 people of all ages the hall is used mainly for children’s birthday parties with the Parish Council and Parochial Church Council holding their meetings there.

The hall can be hired at a very reasonable rate for small family parties, children’s parties, talks or small meetings.


Hall size: Approx.  4 metres x 11 metres or 13’ x 36’

Kitchen: microwave, urn, kettle

6 large tables, 8 card tables and 50 chairs.   The hall could take 80 people standing.


Stanton Fitzwarren Village Hall, Trenchard Road, Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire, SN6 7RZ


Tel: 07522 309 156


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