Our Village Hall now has its own website.
Lots of information on there, just click on the link below.
One of the most important community buildings in the parish (in terms of the number of us who make use of it during the year). Mountfield Village Hall came into being in 1928, replacing the “Iron Room” which stood on the same site. The plaque over the entrance is dedicated to the memory of Mabelle Annie Egerton, after her death in 1927.
A £70,000 extension was added in 2004 to provide a new suite of toilets and extra storage space. However, as most of use know only too well, you can never have enough storage space, consequently, a further extension was added by a local builder, Keven Gray, in 2009.
It is very much a multi-functional hall, having been used as a drill hall for the Home Guard, meetings of local clubs, pantos and quiz nights. Nowadays you can find painting classes, belly dancing, blind club activities, private hire (anniversaries, wedding receptions, parties etc.), parish council meetings, exercises for older people and film nights. It is also home to the Mountfield Club.
The hall may be busy, but possibly because the hire charges are so reasonable! It is an invaluable asset to Mountfield – so support your Village Hall.