Lympstone Village Hall

Lympstone Village Hall –

on the Exe Estuary, East Devon

The Village Hall is the centre of village activities. It consists of a single storey complex containing three letting rooms: a Main hall, a Function room, and a Committee room, in addition to a licensed bar and kitchen. These can be hired individually or in various combinations.

The complex is used by a wide range of village organisations for social, educational, artistic, and entertainment purposes. It is also used by semi-commercial organisations for example for exercise and keep fit classes. Each year we host a number of wedding ceremonies and receptions and family parties and can advise on decoration and facilities to suit. The hall is the only village hall in Devon licensed as a wedding venue and gives an authentic setting for weddings for up to 110 people. The hall is very suitable for children’s parties.

The hall was built in 1933, has been extended and improved greatly since then, is a registered charity and managed by a committee of villagers for the benefit of the community. You can read a review of the hall’s 2017 activity here.

General information & viewings: Don Mildenhall 01395 260500.        Bookings: Michael Wilkes 01395 265147

Lympstone Village

Lympstone is a village of 2000 people on the estuary of the Exe in East Devon. It has good transport links with Exeter and Exmouth by train (5 minutes walk from Lympstone Village station) and by bus and is only 10 km from Junction 30 on the M5. For much more information about facilities, organisations and events in the village as a whole, please click HERE ».

 

Our Calendar

April 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
2
3
  • CR - Tennis
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
4
  • FR - Paynter
  • MH - Players
5
  • CR - Parish Council
  • FR - Fox
  • MH - Players
6
7
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
  • MH / Kit - Party - Young
  • CR - Tennis
8
  • MH / FR - Sally / Michelle
9
  • CR - Parish Council
10
  • CR - Tennis
11
  • FR - Paynter
  • MH - Players
12
13
  • MH / FR / Bar - Film Society
14
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
  • CR - Tennis
  • MH / Bar - Austin
15
  • MH / Kit - Finn
16
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • MH - Hilton
17
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • CR - Tennis
  • FR - Garden Club
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
18
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • CR _ Tennis (tbc)
  • MH - Spencer
  • FR - Paynter
19
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • CR - Tennis
  • FR - Fox
20
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
21
  • MH / FR / Kit - Dunkley
  • CR - Tennis
  • MH / Kit / Bar - Clifford (tbc)
22
23
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • MH - Hilton
24
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • CR - Tennis
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
25
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • CR - Tennis
  • MH - Spencer
  • FR - Paynter
26
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
  • FR - Fox
27
  • MH / Kit - Primary School
28
  • MH - Fox (Karate)
  • CR - Tennis
29
  • MH - Foxon
  • MH / Bar - Lympstone Entertainments
30
  • MH / Kit - Primary School

Parties

Whether you’re looking for somewhere for a family event, wedding or other celebration, Lympstone Village Hall is a great place for a PARTY.

We can cater for up to 150 people. Our layout and facilities give real flexibility, and our refurbished kitchen and bar are central to a good event.

Parties at Lympstone Village Hall
Weddings at Lympstone Village Hall

Weddings

The hall is now licensed to conduct weddings and civil ceremonies.

All three letting rooms are licensed and we can offer a variety of arrangements to suit weddings and receptions for up to 120 people.

We are now taking bookings for weddings throughout 2018.

Latest news

The hall wants to find new cleaners

Our current cleaners are leaving at the end of June. So we need a new team able to cover our needs 7 days a week. If you think you could be interested, contact Don on 01395 260500.

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We need a new Secretary

For nine years Pete Hardy has been the hall's secretary, calling and minuting meetings of the management committee and reporting our affairs to the Charity Commission. He has now formally resigned from the position, but is continuing on an ad-hoc basis. We need...

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