Penn Street Village Hall is a small oak built hall, that can be found in the centre of the village. The hall is used by a variety of village-based groups and societies, as well as being available to hire. The hall has small kitchen, showers, toilets and a small garden with beautiful views.
The current hall was opened in 2008 by Earl Howe, after the villagers started a campaign to get the hall rebuilt after the previous buildings roof had collapsed. More information about the rebuild of the hall, as well as previous history, can be found on the village hall website history page.
For more general information on the hall, and details of how to book, please see the hall website.