Silton Village - Dorset

Silton Village Hall

Silton Village Hall was built in about 1886 as the village school with a cottage attached for the school mistress. The school was closed in 1926 and the building then became the Village Hall.

•  Seating with tables – about 50. Standing – no more than 100.

•  Spacious adjacent car park.

•  Good access to the hall and for the disabled.

•  Well equipped kitchen.

•  Modern toilets including disabled toilet.

•  Well maintained.

Events include: yoga class, quiz evenings, soup lunches, art group, children’s parties, family celebrations and meetings.

Adjacent to the Village Hall is a field with a large shelter – The Woodhouse – which is also available for hire by negotiation.

Village Hall fees are sessional: morning, afternoon or evening – £25.00 per session.

Silton Village Hall with fine stain glassed window constructed by Alfred Bell

View of the Silton Village Hall, the Woodhouse and the field

Village Hall Committee Contacts

Chairman

Keith Harris

Tel: 01747 840248

Secretary

Marian Honnywill

Tel: 07341278281

Shirley Rice

Tel: 01747 840126

To make an enquiry for hiring the village hall please use our online form or for more information on hiring the Hall, WoodHouse or field for your special event please contact: Marian Honnywill