Siddington Village Hall


   Village Hall —  COVID-19 UPDATE 01-08-2020

After a few challenging months the Trustees were delighted to reopen the Village Hall in June, for the Playgroup.

Since then, we have carried out a thorough COVID 19 risk assessment and, in response to the further relaxation of the lockdown guidelines, we are now planning a phased reopening of the Hall commencing Monday, 3rd. August.

Initial usage will be restricted to regular classes with a limited class size to enable social distancing to be maintained.

Safety measures are being implemented including hands free sanitizer stations, a separate entrance and exit, clear signage and two metre markings on the hall floor.

In addition, we have drawn up Special Guidelines with which all users must comply.

At the present time we are unable to take bookings for parties or events, but we will continue to review this in response to further government announcements.

We look forward to opening the Hall to the whole community as soon as it is possible to do so safely.

We hope that you will understand that these decisions are being made purely to protect the health and wellbeing of you and all the people who use and interact with the hall.

None of us can know what will happen over the coming weeks or for how long we will need to continue these measure but we will continue to monitor the situation and provide you with updates as and when circumstances change.

We will also keep your regular date/time should you still require it once the hall is reopened.

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.

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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.

          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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