Dorchester on Thames Village Hall
is on Queen Street just a short walk from the Abbey. It is an excellent spacious venue
that boasts a vaulted main hall with a sprung wooden floor – ideal for dancing!
Our Village Hall was built in 1872
was designed by the well respected
Architect Sir George Gilbert Scott
originally as a girls infant school.
Scott is best known for his Gothic
revival churches (he also worked on
Abbey), Scott felt that St
Pancras station was his most
successful project. We like to think
that our Village Hall came a close
In fact, we are
extremely fortunate in having an
outstandingly historic and attractive
Village Hall that’s highly flexible and
adaptable for hire or use as a regular
meeting place, special occasion,
celebration, wedding reception,
exhibition, theatrical production
and any number of other activities.