Great Barrington Village Hall, Oxfordshire

Great Barrington Village Hall is part of the Barrington Park Estate in the heart of the Cotswolds.  The estate is a working estate and has been organic farming since 1995 with Lleyn Sheep and Aberdeen Angus x and South Devon Cattle and arable.

Overlooking the valley of River Windrush the hall, built in 1835 is perfect for celebrating weddings.  Internally the hall has vaulted ceiling, wooden floors and a very pretty stage for your choice of entertainment.  The venue offers twenty-six trestle tables or five round tables for use along with chairs.  As there is an outside area you can also erect a marquee or have a hog roast….or maybe a bouncy castle to entertain the little guests.  The venue has a list of possible suppliers or you can source your own.

 Overlooking the picturesque valley of the River Windrush is Great Barrington Village Hall.  Built in 1835, the hall has a beautiful vaulted ceiling, sprung wooden dance floor, gallery area and a curtained stage. We look forward to sharing our beautiful Village Hall with you, your family and your friends

Great Barrington Hall Entrance

Great Barrington Hall Entrance

Round Table Layout option.  Image by Georgi Mabee

Round Table Layout option. Image by Georgi Mabee

Banquet Layout option.  Image by Jen Marino.

Banquet Layout option. Image by Jen Marino.

Get inspiration from these real wedding at Great Barrington Village Hall:

Late Spring – Kate & Matt by Georgi Mabee

Summer – Sam & Rich by Sophie Duckworth

See what couples had to say about celebrating their day at Great Barrington Village Hall and see what suppliers they used:

Stephanie & Jon via So You’re Getting Married, images by Amy Taylor Imaging Photography

Sarah & Phil via Love My Dress, images by Jen Marino

Venue Styling Ideas:

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