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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Village Halls in North Somerset
Burrington Parish Room
North Somerset
Burrington Parish Room was built at the turn of the last century by the determination of the village community. Today it still fulfils a vital roll in providing a focal point for the local population and is used daily by the school, weekly by the church and throughout the year by the skittles club and other various activities.
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Butcombe Village Hall
North Somerset
Small but beautifully formed. Sadly closed at the moment, but ready to go when we’re allowed. Along with the Church next door we are the heart of the village, the only places for people to meet indoors.
Cleeve Village Hall
North Somerset
Cleeve Village Hall is (usually) in use virtually every day of the week with various craft and activity groups from local toddlers to the over 60s, Guides, Dog Training, and the local Table Tennis Club. It is also a very popular venue for wedding receptions and parties and is the local Polling Station. A few years ago we had solar panels fitted which has been very cost effective In recent times, we have been hosting very successful Entertainment Evenings to raise money for the Hall’s Maintenance Fund (a new kitchen and flooring) and local charities. We’ve sourced some fantastic local talent from the Bristol and Bath area and twice have been lucky enough to present the Grammy Award Winner Amy Wadge, the international singer/songwriter, who has written many hit records including ‘Thinking Out Loud’ with Ed Sheeran. We have made the hall Covid secure and can’t wait to open our doors to the public again.
Cleeve Village Hall
North Somerset
Our hall was built in circa 1936 and during the difficult Covid pandemic have used the time to visually enhance certain areas of the hall. It is usually well used by local groups and hired for a variety of functions including weddings, parties and entertainment,
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Felton Village Hall
North Somerset
Gifted to the villages of Felton and Downside in 1931, extended and refurbished in 2000, thanks to a National lottery Charities Board grant, the hall serves the community with a wide variety of regular users. Lockdown has given us the opportunity to execute many internal improvements, so we are ready to go when we’re able. Complete gallery of images on www.Felton village
Hewish and Puxton Village Hall
North Somerset
Hewish and Puxton Village Hall was built in the 1960s by the community. We completed a major refurbishment last year with the help of an ACRE grant so now we have a modern attractive space with a large car park. The Hall is a Covid-secure building, and has been open as much as possible during recent restrictions. We look forward to opening fully and welcoming back a wide variety of activities, dance classes, band practice, Scouts, dog training, WI, parties and more. There is also a meeting room ready for when Zoom is no longer the norm.
Kingston Seymour Village Hall
North Somerset
Our hall is a fantastic hub in the village. We have no pub, so our licensed bar is a huge asset. As is our busy skittle alley.
winscombe community centre
North Somerset
Winspace development plan in progress
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