Buriton Village Hall

Terry Doubleday – the new face of Buriton Village Hall

New Hall Manager and contact for all bookings etc

We welcome Terry as part of the team as the Manager of the Village Hall.

Terry has a wealth of experience in the maintenance industry having worked for both national and international companies in this area of their business.

Terry will also manage all the hall bookings and invoicing from now on, so please do not hesitate to contact him if you have any ideas or suggestions for improving the service

Booking Details

For information about the availability of the Hall, please contact Terry Doubleday via the contact details below.

You can download the Booking Form - which includes details of charging rates, the Conditions of Hire, the alcohol application form and additional information including the hall evacuation plan, from this page.

Buriton Village Hall Users

The halls are used regularly during term times by Buriton Primary School and Buriton Nursery School.

Other regular users include Buriton Short Mat Bowls Club, Judo practice, Aero Modellers and Dog Training.

The Hall is used for many other village events such as the monthly cinema films, the annual Village Show, Buriton Players events, the Buriton Heritage Bank Exhibition and events held by the Buriton Village Association and Buriton Tennis Club as well as for other musical events.


Buriton Village Hall was built in 1997, replacing an earlier facility (see the History page on this website).

The Main Hall is approximately 17 metres by 8 metres - about the size of a badminton court - and can accommodate up to 200 people. The total number of people that can simultaneously attend the hall is governed by Health and Safety considerations.

The History of Buriton Village Hall

Over 100 years ago, on October 18th 1909, Buriton's original Village Hall was opened for the first time - and the building, on the same site as today's hall, became a social hub for the village for the rest of the century.

As Percy Legg, a schoolboy at the time, recalled later in life: "The building was erected and paid for by the then Village Squire, Mr Lothian Bonham Carter... who realised that there were many young men working hard on farms and limeworks in the area with nothing much to do after work was done for the day."


Buriton Village Hall is located in the centre of the village, just off the High Street and adjacent to the recreation ground.

Arriving in the village from the A3, go straight across at the crossroads by the Maple Inn pub, entering the High Street.

After the Five Bells on the left and Buriton Primary School on the right, the Village Hall is accessed by a short uphill driveway on the right, between two houses and just after "Chapel Cottage".

Buriton Village Hall

Welcome to the website pages for Buriton Village Hall.

Please feel free to browse these pages to find out more about the hall, including its history and facilities, and to make an enquiry or learn how to make a booking.

There are already scores of bookings for Buriton Village Hall, throughout 2018.

Village Hall Public Meeting, Tuesday 15th November

Parishioners and users of the village hall are invited to a public meeting on Tuesday,15th November to agree the future of the hall.

The village hall is owned by the Parish Council but has been managed and run by a village hall charity. The board of trustees of this charity has had difficulty in recent years in recruiting and retaining Trustees and has decided they would like to close the charity. The trustees have asked the Parish Council if it would be willing to take over the management and running of the hall. The Parish Council has said it would be very willing to take on this role and has already set up a new village hall sub committee to ensure a smooth and seamless transition.