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