For the whole community

Although not in the centre of the village, the hall is a focus point for many, a place to take part in the various events, to enjoy hobbies, and to socialise with others.

History of the hall

The Nesscliffe Village Hall is located where it is because of a gift of land in 1934 by Mrs Lewis of Wilcott. It was built by public subscription. A lottery grant provided money for essential renovations in 2001

The facilities

The facilities are suitable for weddings, parties, seminars and meetings.

  • large car park,
  • well equipped kitchen and bar
  • main hall has a stage with stage lighting

What is the hall used for?

The hall is regularly used by a number of clubs and societies for their activities and for meetings. It is also hired out for celebrations like wedding receptions, and several times a year the committee organises events to raise funds towards the upkeep of the hall.

Looking after the hall

The Village Hall is run by a management committee and is self-supporting, which means that the committee raises funds on an on-going basis to keep the hall in good repair.

Booking the hall

To book the hall please ring Joan Evans on 01743 741644. You can check availability or leave a message by using the enquiry form on this page.

Charges for hiring the hall


Hall Charges


Nesscliffe is accessible from either end of the dual carriageway A5 Nesscliffe bypass section. The village hall is on the Shrewsbury side of the village, between Nesscliffe itself and the Felton Butler roundabout.