Village Hall

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Offenham Village Hall belongs to you, the Residents and we now need your help. For further information please contact us at: or click on this link to read  How the hall works



Opening of the Hall 23rd October 1931

Opening of the Hall 23rd October 1931



Main Street, Offenham Worcestershire WR11 8QD.

Offenham village hall was opened in 1931 after a building programme to provide a community resource available for the benefit of residents of the village.  The bank loan for the building cost was covered by promises of funds from members of the community.

Today we have a varied range of clubs and groups that use the hall on a regular basis  they include:

Offenham Flower Club.        Maypole Club.      Phoenix Theatre Group.

Youth Dance classes.      Offenham Parish Council.        Youth Club.     

Love 4 Yoga.      Offenham Baby & Toddler Group.    Zumba Class.      

Toddler football.      Adult Fit Club.


We also take private bookings for children’s parties, evening parties, dances, fundraisers and wedding receptions. To book the Hall please see our ‘bookings calendar’ page, where you can also check availability.

The Hall has recently been refurbished internally to provide a modern low-level stage area with a large multi purpose area for a variety of uses and licensed bar to the side of the main hall.  The Hall has a PA system and there is a large car park to the front.

The Bar

The Bar

The kitchen is equipped  with cooker and hob, microwave, 2 fridges, freezer and wall kettle.  Further equipment includes a good stock of crockery including cups and saucers, mugs, tea plates and dinner plates, desert dishes, tea pots and milk jugs.  A small amount of cutlery including sharp knives, saucepans, trays and cutting boards.  More cutlery and wine glasses are available on request.

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