In the heart of the attractive village of Penn Street, this small, oak-built hall has already proved to be very popular with residents and near-by groups. After the collapse of the previous hall’s roof in 2000 a campaign was started by the villagers to raise funds for a new building. Applications were made to a number of funds and eventually the new hall was opened by The Earl Howe in June 2008.


It measures 17½ metres by 8½ metres and has a beautiful view from the back. It has a small kitchen, showers, toilets and disabled access.

The hall is now used by a variety of village-based groups and societies and the aim is to keep its function as central to the village community while making it available to hire by those elsewhere.

This is what the hall looks like when it is full.

Hall with children


Read the Nov 2016 Newsletter

We would like to thank the following for their help in financing our hall:

BIFFADEFRABig LotterryFoundation for Sport and the Arts