Cancelled !


Carols in the Hall


Hall’s 100 year re-dedication event

21st December 2021

It is with regret that due to the UK Government’s  introduction of Plan B against the COVID19 OMICRON Variant, plus concern expressed by a number of Siddington residents about their safety at this indoor celebration the Hall’s Trustees have taken the decision to cancel the event on the 21st December 2021 and defer our 100 Celebration event until 2022.


Centenary Celebrations

 Siddington Village Hall is 100 years old

Opened on 21st December 1921

deferred until 2022.

Get your bunting at the ready…

 2021 marks a very important date in Siddington’s history: it’s the Village Hall’s 100th Birthday! While we probably won’t be receiving a telegram from the Queen, there will be  opportunities to celebrate the centenary and enjoy yourselves.

 If you would like to contribute to any of the planned events, please contact siddington100@gmail.com. Happy 100 years!

See our Wilts and Glos  pages in Home, http://siddingtonvillagehall.co.uk/archive/ which has reprints from 100 year old articles from the Wilts and Glos Standard describing how  Siddington Village Hall came into existence.

Details subject to change and confirmation – Watch this Space!


We are Open for several Activities and Groups!

   Village Hall —  COVID-19 UPDATE 17-05-2021

From 17th May 2021, progression to Step 3 means the Hall is now able to be open for all indoor group exercise classes for people of all ages.

Previously on 12th April 2021 and in accordance with step 2 of the Government’s roadmap the Village Hall was reopened for all children and young people groups and classes under the age of 18. This includes parent and toddler groups.

Prior to re-opening all necessary measures were taken to provide a Covid-secure environment, including a risk assessment, thorough cleaning and other health and safety measures. At present there is one  remaining key date for venues such as ours and these may be subject to change depending on updated information from the Government.

21 st June- All restrictions to be lifted. So family and children’s parties etc can recommence.

It is important to emphasise again that all these dates are ‘at the earliest’ and will only be confirmed by the Government in due course. The aim of the Trustees is to continue our gradual re-opening in line with the steps outlined in the roadmap  subject to Government advice.

The Committee Room, where the Playgroup is held, was redecorated over the Easter break and is looking refreshed and very smart. We have now recruited 2 new members to our Committee and are currently planning for the Centenary Celebrations as the Hall has been open for 100years in December. Watch this space for exciting news of upcoming events!

Thank you for your support.

The Trustees

Siddington Village Hall


The Village Hall is in the centre of the village of Siddington in Gloucestershire which is situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds and only 5 minutes from both the attractive market town of Cirencester and the Cotswold Water Park.

We are here. Click for a more detailed map.

Facilities include a large and airy main hall which measures 15m x 7.5 m (50ft x 25ft) and has a capacity of approximately 80 people seated and up to 150 standing. This has recently benefited from a new new oak woodblock floor, new heating system and  full redecoration, which was designed by Siddington resident Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and includes his wallpaper designs.

          svh floor

 There is also a smaller meeting room which measures 6.8 m x 4.4 m (22ft x 15ft) with a capacity of around 25 – 30.


There is a kitchen with cooker, fridge and kettles with crockery and cutlery. At the rear of the building there is an enclosed grassed garden area.

A wide range of community functions and events occur in the hall and meeting room during the year including village fairs, fetes, quiz nights, the allotment group’s annual grow and show, dances, exercise and dance classes, fund-raising events, children’s and other private parties including Wedding receptions. It is used by the NHS for their outreach rehabilitation courses, St John’s Ambulance, CHYP and other local organisations as a training venue and for the Polling Station for the Parish at election times.

There are a number of car parking spaces within the grounds with additional parking very close by.

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