Fringford Village Hall was built in 1900, extended in the 1960s and a major renovation and further extension project was undertaken in 2015. It is now a modern, comfortable, attractive and environmentally sound venue with extensive facilities and equipment.
The hall is well used for a variety of activities: fitness and wellness activities, parties, themed suppers, electoral voting and community meetings. The Main Hall is used for large group activities and parties and the smaller Chinnery Room is perfect for smaller groups and meetings.
Hiring the Hall
Information about hiring the hall and the availability of the two rooms can be checked online and a provisional booking can be made. Click here to view the booking information and costs and check availability.
The hall is owned by Fringford Parish Council and leased to Fringford Village Hall Committee to manage on an ongoing basis. The Committee is a registered charity, number 1077028 and is responsible for hirings, building maintenance and fund raising. The Committee meets every 4 to 6 weeks, dependant on the level of seasonal activity. Meetings are held in the Chinnery Room, generally starting at 7.30pm. The Committee is always keen to welcome visitors to our meetings and would be delighted to have new people join the team. Future meeting dates will be published on this site.
The Committee Trustees are:
Helen Fargin (Chair), Ju Thomson (Secretary), Kerry Duplessis (Treasurer), Peter Silver (Entertainment), John Fargin (Parish Council representative), Christine Underwood, Shaun Wickens, Karen Davies
The Renovation Project
The original extension had fallen into disrepair and in the summer of 2015 was replaced with a new timber frame building which, as well as providing a new, refurbished Chinnery Room with kitchenette also added a new kitchen and other state of the art and environmentally sound facilities. For more information about the project please click here to see our project page and watch the film of the entire project.