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Parish Rooms

 

 

The Parish Rooms.

The building appears on maps and in documents dating back at least to 1850, serving as a Parish Council Room for the clergy.  In 1907/8 it was opened up as a reading room “for men and youths”  from the whole parish, hence it’s previous title of Reading Room.

Today, it has a kitchette and toilet, and seating and tables for two dozen persons.  It is intended primarily as a meeting room for recognized village committees, clubs and groups, without charge.  It may be used by other people for a small fee, at the discretion of the Parish Council.

 

For bookings and all other enquiries, please contact the caretaker Carol Ward on 862 035.

Please note that the Parish Rooms are closed until further notice due to Covid19 restrictions.

 

Updated November 2020.