Beer Festival fundraiser
Sherfield-On-Loddon Village Hall is greatly valued as a central venue for activities at the heart of our thriving local community. In addition to hosting a variety of groups and classes, we also welcome community events such as The Flower Show and organise fundraising events such as the popular annual Beer Festival.
For full details of our schedule of upcoming events and meetings, please see the news and events page.
Supporting the Hall
Sherfield Village Hall is self-funding and the support of our community is essential. You can support your hall by using it regularly and by becoming a ‘Friend’.
Friends of Sherfield Village Hall
A ‘Friend’ can assist the hall financially or by volunteering or both. No time to spare? You may like to donate. Become a ‘Friend’ for a yearly donation of as little as £12.00. There is no upper limit on donations and additional funds are always gratefully received. Your donation entitles you to: entry in an annual prize draw, free monthly Village Coffee Mornings and priority booking for tickets at hall fundraisers. Donate here or call Diana on 07796 045 955, or come along to a monthly Coffee Morning.
Monthly Village Coffee Mornings – Coffee, Cake & Company
Open to all and held at the hall on the 2nd Saturday of every month at 11am. At just 50p for visitors and all proceeds benefitting the hall, this is an excellent way to get to know people in the village.
If you have time to spare, however small, we would love to hear from you to help with events. Please get in touch via the volunteer form.
The volunteer Fundraising Committee meets at the hall at 7pm on the 1st Monday of every month. New members and new ideas are always welcome. Please get in touch via the volunteer form.
History of the Hall
Our attractive, spacious Victorian Village Hall began life as a terrace of six cottages, known as Pleasant Row. They were donated to the parish in 1869 by Revd A G Barker for the good of the people of Sherfield on Loddon. The middle four were converted into the Hall in 1909 by his wife and sons in his memory, and a plaque and portraits of the benefactors may be seen inside the building which now forms the Main Hall. The Hall has been a much valued part of our local community ever since.