Oakamoor Village Hall is situated at the centre of Oakamoor Village opened in 1876.
Its was originally the Mill School and survived as such until 1932 when the school
moved to new premises.
The Hall is the social heart of our local community and provides
an affordable, flexible venue for local residents and for those from father a-field.
The Hall is a period building which has had an interesting history and was for a number
of years attached to the local Wesleyan Chapel, now long gone; although, if you look in
the car park wall you will still see the foundation stone.
Over the last decade the hall has been modernized and now has a well-equipped kitchen,
toilet block with disabled facilities and recently the original oak roof has been revealed
and restored and new, dimmable lighting system is in situ.
The Hall also has its own small car park to the side of the building.
The Hall seats 50 with 10 large and 10 small Go Pak tables. The kitchen comprises of
cutlery, plates, bowls etc and there is a constant hot water boiler for teas and coffee
making. In 2012 we installed an oven, microwave and hob to enable hot food to be
The Hall is used for a range of events including parties, wedding receptions, christening
parties, yoga, aerobics, meetings, sales and a host of other activities. The Hall also acts as
the centre for the annual Oakamoor Festival that takes place every September.
To book the Hall please ring 01538 702825.
Hire cost is £10 per hour which includes heating and lighting.
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