The village hall is Eye & Dunsden’s recently re-furbished community hub offering a wide range of clubs, events and classes. After a £400,000 programme of work supported by grants from SODC and an active programme of fund-raising, a grand re-opening was held on Saturday May 6, 2018.
Eye & Dunsden Parish Council is a ‘Custodian Trustee’ of the hall. This means that if the managing committee of the hall were to fail for any reason, the parish council has the power to intervene. The parish council sends a representative to the hall’s managing committee.
Visit the hall website to make a virtual visit of the hall’s impressive facilities. A separate brochure is also available for wedding bookings.
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Dunsden Village Hall
The village hall is the venue for a range of clubs, events and classes as well as providing a home for the popular Kingfisher Kindergarten. It is currently fundraising for a major improvement programme which it is hoped will add many exciting new facilities in 2017.
The Church of All Saints, Dunsden, is part of a Combined Benefice which includes Shiplake and Harpsden. It was here that the WW1 poet, Wilfred Owen, served as assistant to the Rector, before he lost his vocation and signed up to fight.