Village Hall

Offenham hall logo

Offenham Village Hall belongs to you, the Residents. For further information and bookings please visit:

or call:   07519 033287




Opening of the Hall 23rd October 1931

The Hall now







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

Offenham Flower Club.        Maypole Club.      Phoenix Theatre Group.

Offenham Parish Council.       Youth Club.     Zumba Class. 

Offenham Baby & Toddler Group.       Toddler football.         

Private bookings for children’s parties, evening parties, dances, fundraisers and wedding receptions can also be made.

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.  

Bright modern kitchen

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  1. Kim Wood says:


    I’m looking at hiring out a hall for my son’s 4th birthday party. His birthday isn’t until 11th Nov but I was hoping to book Saturday 12th November 2022. the number of people we hope to attend would be 16 children (toddlers), their parent/parents and some family. we would provide our own catering, decorations and of course tidy up after. If you could email me to let me know prices for hiring for a party. Also, would we able to hire a bouncy castle?

    Many thanks

  2. Alan Kershaw says:

    The photo of the opening of the village hall shows my great grandfather, Robert Aldington, he is the tall man in the lighter suit just to the left of the center of the picture. Immediately to his right, in the wide brimmed hat, is, I believe, Ann Elizabeth Harris, my great grandmother. Her husband, Ralph, kept the village shop – now called the Malthouse. To her right is her daughter, Victoria Rhoda Morris, I believe. My own parents wedding photos were taken in exactly this place in September 1946. Fascinating to see the picture.

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