See our Booking page for latest information on how Coronavirus restrictions affect bookings.
We have taken a whole set of actions to make the hall COVID-safe and secure. If you want to see the detail, click here for the hall’s risk assessment (version 5 – 23 August). We also ask each hirer to complete an event-specific declaration that they understand and accept the rules of use.
NOTE that from 8 August you MUST wear a mask or other face covering to enter the hall.
If you have booked the hall and need to discuss rescheduling or cancellation, ring the Booking Line on 01395 262640 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We think our hall is one of the best equipped and most popular in the whole of Devon. Look around our site to see what we can offer, and details you’ll need on facilities, booking and charges. The best way to get in touch to book or enquire is to use this button – we get all the information we need and the right person can get back to you.
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.
Booking line: 01395 262640 NB: Our phone system will hunt for someone to help you. You may hear different ring tones – please don’t hang up!
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 is managed by a committee of trustees for the benefit of the community.
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 ».
The hall is fully licensed to conduct weddings and civil ceremonies – we think we are the only village hall in Devon to do this.
It’s a splendid village setting for a traditional and less formal event
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 2021 and 2022. Be aware that Devon Registrars are very busy and that you should book at least 9 months in advance to secure a Saturday early afternoon slot.
In response to the rstrictions imposed because of coronavirus, we offer a deposit-return policy if your wedding cannot go ahead.
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.
The latest government restrictions on social gatherings don't affect regular weekly events at the hall - which are for exercise or work, rather than pleasure. And the primary school continues to use the hall for lunches and other school purposes. Sadly we won't be...
Please note that during COVID restrictions, availability on our calendar isn't a guarantee that a room/rooms will be available. We have to sanitise between hirings and that requires volunteers to be available at exact times. Our Function Room is now quite busy weekday...
The village hall welcomes a number of new classes and activities this autumn. Some have relocated from places that are still closed, others are new. They include:2 quiting / needlework groups, Zumba, and orchesteral practice, alongside established classes in yoga...