Spaxton Village Hall stands in the centre of our picturesque village on the edge of the Quantock Hills. As well as a beautiful setting it has ample car parking for visitors. Click here for a location map and directions.
There are several groups which meet regularly at the hall and there is always scope for a new club or activity. It also hosts the Village's Spring and Summer shows. Please visit the What's On page for more information or our Links page for club contacts.
In addition the hall has playing fields with children’s play equipment and there is a cricket field and football pitch used by our local teams.
The hall is equipped with a full catering kitchen and has a main hall which will seat 120 people and a smaller pavilion which will hold 56. Read more about the Facilities of the Village Hall.
If you would like to consider booking the hall for a function such as a meeting, a party, a music event, a wedding, a funeral tea or a regular activity, please visit our bookings page for more information, or Contact us.
The Village Hall in Spaxton was built in 1939 on land donated by local landowner Geoffrey Woodhouse.
It is now a registered charity (no. 304663) and run by a group of Trustees who volunteer to help with all aspects of running and maintaining the hall. (We run a Village Hall lottery to help with maintenance and improvements. Buy a ticket and....It could be you who wins!)
In 2000 local farmer Bill Geen left a considerable legacy to the hall and the money was used to extend and improve the facilities. More recently the hall has benefited from the construction of a new entrance and store and an energy efficiency makeover with the addition of photovoltaic panels. In February 2015 Spaxton Community Stores opened in the grounds of the Village Hall.