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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Herefordshire & Worcestershire

Village halls in Hereford & Worcestershire
Beckford Community Village Hall Ltd
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
The present hall was opened in 1937, an earlier small facility having existed since 1924-5. It is managed as a ‘Charitable Limited Company’ with directors, officers and a committee made up of representatives of the organisations which are ‘members’ of the hall. These include the Tennis Club, the Women’s Institute, the Gardening Club, the Toddlers Group, the Croquet Club, the Church and others. The hall is surrounded by extensive fields, which are used by footballers, dog walkers and the camping and caravanning clubs who often rent them. Many improvements have been made to the hall over the years, and a substantial refurbishment is currently in progress. The roof having been replaced three years ago, exterior insulation has been added and internally the ceiling is being lowered, lighting improved and the sprung maple floor refurbished. Currently closed due to the refurbishment ad well as COVID-19 restrictions, we anticipate that in April 2021, like a chrysalis emerging from its cocoon, the hall will re-emerge to act again as a centre of village life.
The website is currently being reconstructed, but until that is complete the hall has an active Facebook page.
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Bishopswood Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Set in the picturesque Wye Valley two miles South of Ross-on-Wye, Bishopswood Village Hall provides leisure, educational and community activities for all ages of the local population. We are looking forward to getting back to running our quarterly Community Lunches where we cater for around 100 - 130 local people for Sunday Lunch, and hosting the local Church’s monthly Big Breakfast. Our various social events help bring the community together in what could otherwise be a rather widespread and remote area.
Burcot Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Burcot Is a thriving community, with a modern village hall that provides a focus for a range of social and learning activities.
Catshill Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Catshill Village Hallwas built in 1897 on land donated by Cadbury Bros( of Chocolate fame ) and has been used for multifarious uses ever since ie. dances, soup kitchen, cinema, and many more. It now rents out the space to a selection of groups in the community : dance classes, mother and toddler groups , slimming world, karate the list goes on, as well as being used by the Parish Council for formal meetings
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Cofton Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Built in 2019, Cofton Village Hall is a modern building with a modern approach underpinned by tradition community values. We believe the key to sustainability is to operate like a business and deliver a professional service at a fair rate, whilst operating as a hub for the community events and social occasions.
Fownhope New Memorial Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
The only village hall with an automatic adjustable ceiling! 9m height for badminton or a bouncy castle; 4.5m for social events. Because of our versatility we host a wide range of local sports, cultural and social clubs as well as private parties.
Offenham Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
We are a very busy hall with many groups using the hall. The trustees hold a very successful coffee morning every Thursday. We continually look for ways to improve the hall and the way it is run. We have solar panels with battery storage and an electric car charging point.
St. Michaels Village Hall
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
A Village hall has stood in the centre of the Village since 1942. A gift of land from the Grosvenor family allowed the original hall, an ex army corrugated iron hut erected in the 1920s on Oldwood Common to be moved to new site in the centre of the village. In the 1970s the Village raised money to build a brick toilet block at the front of the Hall. The Hall has benefited from Lottery funding over the years, a grant in 1996 allowing the old hut to be replaced with a brick building .A grant in 2013 was used to replace the flooring and heating add storage and redesign the kitchen. In 2020 a Lottery Grant has allowed us to re build the toilets and add a Foyer and new entrance. The hall is well used by Community Groups and private hirers - St. Michaels Singers, W.I. , Flower Club, Mums and Tots and Ballroom Dancing. Other events include a Monthly Coffee Morning and a programme of social events. During Lockdown the Committee has worked hard to ensure the Hall will be Covid Safe when it reopens. If you would like to know more about upcoming events or private hirer ,please look at our website.
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The Ark Alvechurch
Herefordshire & Worcestershire
We cannot wait to reopen so we can have all our varied activities back - from classes, support groups, music, concerts, parties, weddings, charity events and more. Our award winning venue opened in 2006.
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