The Upper Deverills Village Hall is a single storey building of light weight construction built in the 1950s. In recent years a number of improvements have been carried out including a hard standing area, an extension to provide better toilets and storage, a newly fitted kitchen and redecoration. The hall is managed by a committee (current Chair Ted Flint). There is a lively programme of activities throughout the year including classes run by clubs and societies, talks hosted by special interest groups and regular social evenings. Of note are the regular last-Friday-of-the-month pub nights and the annual fete and flower show in July (see Events).
Hall bookings may be made by calling 01985 844325.
Currently, while the Coronavirus restrictions are in place, all forecast events in the hall have been cancelled. However, although we could not get together for our usual Summer Fete, we came up with some fun activities.
You decorated our villages for the weekend of 22nd – 23rd August!
*Made a scarecrow for your front garden – theme of ‘Lockdown Heroes’
*Decked your house with unusual bunting
And had a ‘virtual fete’!
See all the exhibits here and click the button below to see the winning and runner-up entries.