Harpford Village Hall
Harpford Village Hall is a totally unique and quirky historic building in the centre of Harpford Village. Due to its unusually cosy size and its pretty interior, Harpford Village Hall offers a warmer and more intimate and friendly space than many halls can offer - seating up to 40 people. The kitchen is spacious, making catering comfortable and practical with an electric hob and oven, water urns, fridge freezer and other items needed for an event. Tables and comfortable seating can be arranged as you require. A new outside decking area will be available from Summer 2023 for additional space. We also have internet available and a good mobile phone signal at the Hall.
There is street parking available in front of the hall.
For further details please visit our website HERE
For details of our current rates and to book the hall please contact Ann Woodland on 07957 617072
Village Hall Regular Events
The Harpford Village Hall hosts regular monthly events e.g. Probus, Craft Group, Book Club and regular one-off events e.g. Pop-up Pubs, Coffee Mornings, Quizzes, Talks, First Aid Classes, details of which can be found on the website above. There is a well-stocked library in the hall and a book exchange is available.
Harpford Village Hall has had an interesting history. It was built in 1902, a gift from W.P. Branson of Southerton and was erected on a site presented by the vicar to be used for Sunday School and other parochial purposes. After many years of community use, and some periods of disrepair, the Hall was purchased from the Church by residents and friends of Harpford Village Hall in December 2015 and is now the beating heart of the community.
Harpford Village Hall is a registered charity and is managed by its Trustees - it is not owned by the Newton Poppleford and Harpford Parish Council.