• Writhlington Village Hall

Writhlington Village Hall

HOORAY!  The Over 50s Tuesday Club will be running again from 3rd August 2021 with doors opening as 1pm . . . AND . . . Friday Bingo from 6th August, doors open at 6pm, books on sale from 6:30pm and EYES DOWN at 7:45pm.  We look forward to seeing you at either or both of these events and, if you would like more information, please phone 01761 439132.

Snooker is now running, if you’d like a key, please download our key request form here. Keys are available from SUREFIT Writhlington or Lee at Whitstones fish and chip shop.

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Village hall in Writhlington, Radstock, BANES, Somerset is available for hire.

There are a number of regular Village Hall Committee run events including Friday night Bingo and the annual Fete; Writhlington Village Hall also hosts some one-off events. A thriving snooker club welcomes new members. You can find more details of upcoming events at Writhlington Village hall on the WVH-Events page.

If you are regular visitors, we hope to see you again soon – if you haven’t yet visited us, have a look at the WVH events page – we look forward to seeing you soon.

You can see photos of some past events by clicking on ‘Gallery’.

It seems that many people think that the Writhlington Village Hall Committee and the Flower Show Committee are one and the same – they are NOT – please read the article on our NEWS page.

The hall is a registered charity and is run by a committee of volunteers from the local area and it is their efforts in running events to raise money that, together with the income from hiring out the hall, keep the hall going.  If you are interested in renting our well equipped hall and facilities – great for events and parties – please do contact us to check on availability as we do have many regular hirers. We have car parking at the front of the hall and a lot more at the back which is available for Writhlington Village Hall users.

The Hall is one of the few remaining Miners’ Welfare Halls in the area and was originally for the Writhlington Miners’ Welfare Committee; the land on which it stands was used by the local ironmonger to keep his cart and graze his pony – his shop is now the village shop.

Find out about the renovated 200th celebration seat at the Manor House in Lower Writhlington – click HERE

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