About Trevone Village Hall
Since the 1970’s there has been a village hall committee who meet regularly and work hard to arrange many events and activities to bring the local community together. The very popular and well-attended activities include regular coffee mornings, a book group, a sewing group, youth and toddler groups, Canaster, play reading, painting, table tennis, short mat bowls, bacon roll mornings, quiz nights and a number of 'whole community' events, usually involving food. The hall is also regularly used by groups raising money for their various charities. Small businesses hire the hall for meetings, such as the surf school. It is used as a polling station during elections and hired for private functions and for general use by the community.
In the past 10 years, after a number of initiatives, the hall has become a registered charity and the front hall has undergone complete refurbishment. The rear hall, initially built as a temporary war shelter, is in a very bad state of repair and urgently needs replacing. After much thought, discussion and advice, we have developed a simple, economical design for the new hall providing a comfortable, flexible space for larger groups including audio-visual equipment, a separate kitchen area, facilities for the disabled and plenty of storage space. Our aim is to provide a large hall to complement our smaller refurbished front hall that is a comfortable and welcoming. We want to create a hub for our community and future generations.
Trevone Village Hall Registered charity number 1157076