The original ‘Parish room’ was built on this site following a conveyance in 1922 of land from the Diocese of Salisbury but during the early second half of the twentieth century the opportunity of acquiring further land from the Diocese was taken up to enable the construction of a new, larger and much more up-to-date building, which we now know as the current All Saints & District Village Hall.
Much of this building was financed through fundraising by a dedicated band of villagers while its construction was also carried out largely by local volunteers, making it truly a community project. However, nothing stands still and, today, the Trustee Management Committee continues to look for ways to improve and enhance the hall to the long-term benefit of our community.
Some photos from the early days of the Hall.
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