Didmarton Village Hall

Welcome to Didmarton Village Hall & Playing Fields

Welcome to our village, which lies in the beautiful Cotswolds in the county of Gloucestershire. Bordering the Badminton Estate, home of the Duke of Beaufort, Didmarton is a quintessentially English village dating back to the 12th Century. Today, it is a thriving community of 160 homes, young and old. The Didmarton Village Hall is a charity which is run by volunteers, the charity number is 274643. This website is run by the Didmarton Village Hall and

Community Committee which supports the Village Hall, community groups and individual villagers. It also allows you to view village hall availability, keep track of village events and view the local Dyddi Digest. We hope you find it useful. The Village Hall is set in a generous area of greenery including managed playing fields and is available for hire at great rates seven days a week.

About the Village Hall

The Hall is an ideal venue for community events, family functions, children's parties, wedding receptions, fund-raising events, workshops, toddler groups, keep fit classes and public meetings.

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• Large, spacious main hall 151 sq m with French doors opening
  onto the playing fields with views across open countryside
• Oil fired central heating and double glazing
• Well equipped, new modern kitchen including dishwasher
• Capacity 200 standing/dancing or 100 seated at tables
• 100 chairs and 16 tables available
• Disabled facilities
• Set in a large green area with 35 designated parking space

Hiring Rates

Morning session (9.00am – 1.00pm) or Afternoon session (2.00pm – 6.00pm) £40.00 per session
Full day (9.00am – 6.00pm) £75.00
Evening (7pm – midnight) £80.00

Discounted rate for village hirers and regular hirers

We ask for a donation if you wish to hire just the tables,
chairs, glasses, crockery and cutlery.

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