Welcome to our village hall
From 27 January, because of the success of the booster roll-out, all measures under Plan B have been lifted, meaning face coverings are no longer mandatory in indoor venues. It is suggested that people wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed spaces where they might come into contact with people they do not normally meet.
Situated in an attractive location close to Exeter, Devon. It is only 1 mile from the M5 just off the A3052 Sidmouth Road. There is ample parking and easy access throughout the hall.
The Parish Council has an office in the village hall which is open Monday to Wednesday 08.30 to 13.00.
There are a range of regular activities currently running at the village hall – for more information about them please check out the activities page. If you are thinking of starting a new club or activity, please contact Ali West at email@example.com.
This site should provide you with all the information you require but please get in touch if you need any further help.
The village hall comprises a large spacious hall with a 5m x 10m (extendable) stage and a fully equipped kitchen.
Although marked out and used for badminton, the main hall is a very flexible space with an excellent sprung floor. It is used regularly for dancing, table tennis, short mat bowls and band practice, not to mention drama productions and wedding receptions!
Under the management of the Parish council but adjacent to the village hall are the following facilities:
- A children’s play area with a wide range of static play equipment, swings, slide and basketball practice area
- A multi-sport all-weather play area suitable for a range of games and activities including five-a-side football and basketball
- Adult outdoor keep-fit equipment area
- A grass recreation area suitable for a range of activities including a football pitch for U11 matches
Read about the variety of works to the village hall that are planned for 2022.
Our Trust Deed was drawn up in 1978. At that time the Village Hall Committee held the hall on a 21 year lease from the Royal British Legion. The Trustees (the members of the Village Hall Committee), now own the land on which the new hall is built and the land and building are vested in the Official Custodian for Charities.
From 27 January, because of the success of the booster roll-out, all measures under Plan B have been lifted, meaning face coverings are no longer mandatory in indoor venues.