Clifton-upon-Teme Village Hall is a unique setting for your events.
We are in the heart of the beautiful Teme Valley. The village hall consists of two buildings joined by a modern extension. One of the buildings is a listed timber framed cottage constructed in the 1620s and the other is a Memorial Hall built 300 years later. It is centrally located in the village with good parking facilities as well as an area of grassed land.
News Update – May 2021
The trustees of the hall are delighted to announce that the hall SHOULD be open for normal business on 21st. June; we’re certainly taking bookings for the time after that date and look forward to welcoming friends old and new. It’s been a hard slog for everyone, not least the hall which has been unable to perform its natural function of being here for all at the centre of the community. Naturally, there might still be some restrictions in force after that date and the committee will use its discretion about the management of bookings. We will certainly ask hall users to follow all government health and safety guidelines, as well as their own instincts, whilst using the hall! Throughout the pandemic, it has been impossible to have our monthly “100 Club” draw, the CHIC. We aim to restart in September, asking for only £6, being the half year subscriptionfor 2021. Trustees will call upon people early in that month to collect this subscription.