The hall is managed by the Othery Village Hall committee and a team of volunteers. We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please email email@example.com, phone 01823 690482 or message us on Facebook.
Facts about the Hall
Opened in 1972, Othery Village Hall has free parking, including two disabled spaces, a bar, alcohol and music licences and a professional grade kitchen with plate, cutlery and glasses for hire. Contact us to find out more!
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the hall is no longer open to groups for safety reasons. However, we look forward to welcoming back those who use to meet regularly including Tai Chi, Gardening Club, Somerset Levels Stargazers, Short Mat Bowls, Playford Dance, Youth Club, Sticky Church, Zumba, Othery Society and The Western Front Association.
Othery village hall is a registered charity and is managed by a committee of nominated and elected villagers, who are supported by a team of volunteers. The villagers of Othery started fundraising for a Village Hall in the 1930s. The first building purchased did not get planning permission so was sold by the Trustees. When an appropriate site was found, more fundraising took place resulting in the opening of the current Hall in 1972. Many Villagers worked on this project. After receiving an Awards for All National Lottery Grant, donations from The Parish council and Viridor, the hall had a makeover and facilities (such as the kitchen and toilets) were updated a few years ago.
Over the years many villagers have given up their time to contribute to the management of Othery Village Hall. If you are interested in getting involved please contact Chairman Stephen Richards-Bond on 07846444003. The current committee members and volunteers are as follows:
Vice-Chairman and Health & Safety
Bookings and PTA rep
Maintenance and Parish Council rep
Church council and PCC rep
Website, marketing and communications
Short Mat Bowls rep