Main Road, Shutlanger, Towcester, NN12 7RU, Northamptonshire, England
Shutlanger Village Hall is a beautiful building with a colourful history.
In 1884 an infants' school was built in Shutlanger on land given by Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, to a design by Matthew Holding. The room was licensed for worship from the start.
In 1886 a chancel with a stained glass east window was added and an altar from Stoke Bruerne Parish Church, replaced during the restoration of 1881, was installed in the building.
The school closed in 1916 but the chapel, dedicated to St. Anne, remains in use with the nave also serving as the village hall.
It is available to hire throughout the year, suitable for birthday parties, fitness and dance classes, music events, garden parties and many more.
More importantly, it's a venue where the community gets together for social events such as coffee mornings, quiz nights and social gatherings.
Tables, chairs and kitchen facilities are included. We have a lovely garden too!
This venue is suitable for the following occasions.
Hire Costs: £10 per hour plus heating @ £3.50 per hour if required
This listing was last updated: 27/09/2021
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