Charlton Horethorne Village Hall is delighted to confirm that, following the awarding of a grant in November 2018 of £60,000 from Garfield Weston, one of the UK’s largest charitable funders, the external refurbishment of the Village Hall, including new cladding, new roof and the installation of solar panels, has now been completed. February 2020
Village of Charlton Horethorne
Welcome to the Charlton Horethorne Village website which has been designed by and is managed by the Charlton Horethorne Village Hall Committee. Charlton Horethorne is a scenic traditional Somerset village, close to the Dorset border, which falls within the jurisdiction of the South Somerset District Council and has its own Parish Council.
Charlton Horethorne is extremely fortunate in having a thriving pub and hotel, village shop, primary school and numerous small businesses as well as an ever-increasing number of groups and clubs organising a wide range of activities, often with the support of the very active Charlton Horethorne Village Hall Committee.
Charlton Horethorne’s very special village hall building was purchased in 1923 from the Army as a memorial to the fallen in the First World War. The village hall is used on a frequent and regular basis by a wide range of other groups and activities, meetings, educational and training purposes, fund-raising events, musical and theatrical performances as well as by residents of this and neighbouring villages for private functions.
About Charlton Horethorne
Charlton Horethorne Village Hall
We are conveniently located in the centre of the village, 5 miles from Wincanton & A303 and 5 miles from Sherborne & A30.
To book the Village Hall please contact our Chairman and Booking Secretary:
Telephone: 01963 220021
Email: Please complete the query form here
You can also find us on Wikipedia
New contributors to the website, from within Charlton Horethorne, are always welcome and further information can be found within the following pages or from the website administrator … Please complete the query form here