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Village Halls
Until recently Woodmancote had two village halls known as the "old village hall" and "new village hall". Due to its poor state of repair and on-going maintenance the old hall was sold off in 2015 for development. The new hall benefited from the revenue raised and has during 2015/16 been extensively refurbished.

The New Village Hall stands at the end of Bushcombe Close, post code GL52 9HX. It was built in the '60s, with a later extension, it consists of a main and a small hall, both of which have kitchens, sports changing rooms plus more recently the addition of a small meeting room. There is wheelchair access, a disabled toilet, WiFi and a loop system for the hard of hearing plus a sound system in the large hall. The large kitchen is equipped for catering & contains oven/hob, microwave, fridge, water boiler and dishwasher. The hall is licensed for 100/150 people in the large hall and 50/80 in the small hall. The halls are available for hire individually or at a special hourly rate if both halls are booked together. There is also a bar, which can be hired for special occasions, with no extra charge. Further information available at woodmancote-village-hall

During the week a huge variety of groups use the hall on a regular basis - Playgroup, Mothers and Toddlers, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts, Brownies, children's Ballet Classes, Probus, Art Classes, Women's Institute,  Upholstery Classes, Bridge, Bowling and Keep Fit. There is also a Cricket Club that use the playing field and the hall.

The caretaker for the 'Village Hall' is Robin Willcox and he can be contacted on 07818-746054 for information regarding hire of the hall.

The Halls Management Committee is chaired by Nick Ebdon.
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