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.
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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.
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.