Begbroke Village Hall was built in 1974 and is set in a four acre field which now includes a children's playground, bowling green and a community orchard. It was built on land given to the village in 1947 and is owned by the villagers of Begbroke and run on their behalf by a management committee who are appointed by the major users of the hall. The hall is a registered charity and is run in accordance with the terms laid down in the original Trust Deed.
Wheelchair access to the front door and a mobility toilet with baby changing facilities have been added in recent years and other major internal refurbishment took place in 2019, including provision of WiFi and a projector screen. This year (2022), we added a large monitor screen for connectiing to via either mirroring or HMDI (cables available on request). The screen can be linked to the internal speaker system if need be. The PA system is also available on request.
For reasons of hygiene and safety dogs are not allowed in the hall, on the playing field, within the bowling green, within the children’s playground or in the playgroup.
How to find us
The main hall has access to the Kitchen, and has three fire exits. The Bar can be opened when required. The main hall dimensions are 12 metres by 8.4 Metres (40 feet by 28 feet).
The Lounge has access to the Bar and comfortably seats 30 people.
Our Kitchen has been recently refurbished
Hall in use
Harvest supper celebration with about 60 people in attendance.