Welcome to Stanton Harcourt Village Hall (We are a registered charity number 304373)
The perfect West Oxfordshire venue for parties, Christenings, wedding receptions, seminars, children’s’ birthday parties, dances, sales, discos, concerts and events.
Stanton Harcourt Millennium and Memorial Hall was opened in 2000 and is a stunning modern wooden framed hall that is a popular venue for events from meetings to classes, exhibitions to weddings. The main hall with its high ceiling and wooden floor is licensed to hold up to 300 people with a smaller, carpeted function room that opens up onto a private, enclosed garden.
Village Market & Cafe
12.00 noon – 2.00 pm
Saturday December 14th
Ultra-fast broadband internet connection is available and is free to all hall users. Kindly provided by Gigaclear
Village Market and Cafe
The Stanton Harcourt Village Market & Cafe is held in the Village Hall on the second Saturday in the month, from 12 – 2pm. With a selection of stalls selling local produce, fresh veg and free range eggs, home baked pies and cakes as well as plants, cards, crafts and jewellery and more. To book a stall contact email@example.com
Entrance is free and everyone is welcome to come along. The Village Market & Cafe is run by the Village Hall Committee to raise money for Village Hall funds and to provide an environment for villagers to gather to catch up with news and socialise.
Post Office and Village Shop
During the refurbishment of the Harcourt Arms, the Post Office and Village Shop has relocated to the Village Hall. Run by Hitesh and Anita Nayee, the shop sells newspapers, milk and essential groceries as well as Post Office services.
Shop hours are:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 7.30am – 10am
Tuesday and Thursday: 7.30am – 12.30pm
Saturday: 8am – 12.30pm
Sunday: 8am – 10am
The Post Office will be open on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays from 9am-12.30pm.
Please do support the shop and post office!
Community Public Access Defibrillator
What is a defibrillator?
A defibrillator can deliver an electrical current through the chest to shock the heart back into normal rhythm following a sudden cardiac arrest (heart attack).Rapid response using a defibrillator can save lives.
Where is it?
The defibrillator is in a yellow cabinet with key combination lock mounted on the wall of the Village Hall by the front main entrance
Who can use it?
Any one – for Public Use
Our defibrillator is designed to be used safely by people with no medical experience because the user is guided through the process by a sequence of voice commands from the machine
How do I gain access to the defibrillator in an emergency?