Barrington Village Hall
Barrington Village Hall is the perfect venue for weddings, receptions, conferences, social functions and celebrations.
The Hall has it’s own entertainment, bar and fully equipped catering facilities. Theatre-style seating in the main hall can accommodate up to 200 and has an adjoining Committee Room.
Set in an attractive and historic village, Barrington Village Hall benefits from magnificent views with the beautiful Somerset Levels as a backdrop.
An adjacent playing field and children’s play area is open to the public at all times and is a wonderful asset.
The village's historic 13th century St Mary’s Church is short distance away, together with a very popular pub, the ‘Barrington Boar’, which also has bed and breakfast accommodation. Close by is the National Trust’s Tudor mansion, Barrington Court.
Barrington Village Hall was built using local and national grants, together with village fund raising and matched funding. It was opened on 2nd December 2006 by members of the Barrington Village Hall Committee. The new building is situated close to the site of the old hall at the west end of the village. Designed to be eco and user-friendly the Hall has full disabled access and reflects the areas agricultural heritage by using the shape of a classic Dutch Barn.
An Evening of Song
Musical director Pamela Everitt, with the September Singers accompanied by Shelagh Grover on piano, will be presenting 'An Evening of Song'
Saturday October 26th at 7.30pm at the Village Hall. Making a special guest appearance will be Arwel Huw Morgan.
Tickets are a £5 donation to raise funds for the Barrington Village Hall. Please call Pat McGarry on 07773 101520 to book.
There will be a pay bar for pre-concert drinks, doors open 7pm for a 7.30 start.