Clun Town Council with Chapel Lawn

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Welcome to Chapel Lawn Village Hall, South Shropshire...

...a recently refurbished and well equipped venue for hire at very reasonable rates, suitable for a variety of occasions: birthday parties and celebrations, art shows, business meetings, quiz evenings, live shows, theatre, yoga and more.

There is ample parking and a wood pellet central heating system makes it a warm winter meeting place.  We have good disabled access and the disabled toilet is big enough to double up as a changing room if necessary.  

The hall now has adjustable staging, which can be set up to suit the needs of a performance.

There is a well equipped kitchen, housing a commercial dishwasher and fridge and this can be soundproofed from the main hall with a roller blind.

The exterior has also recently been improved with level tarmac and two solid picnic benches for fine weather use.

Click here for a list of the Hall’s facilities

*New Data Protection Policy

The Hall is available for private hire at very reasonable rates and free for events open to members of the local community.  

The Village Hall Committee manages the running of the village hall and welcomes ideas, suggestions and general enquiries, which should be made to the secretary 01547 530871.  For bookings contact 01547 530258

There is no cash kept on the premises


Regular events take place in the Hall:

Village Hall Facilities

The main hall is 44ft (13.5m) long x 26ft (8m) wide.

Ladies, Gents and Disabled toilets

Maximum number of people: 60


Modular Staging 4.5 m wide and 3m deep.  Can be stacked on two trolleys for convenient storage if not required.

Screens to the side

Audio visual facilities:

DVD player with projector & large pull down screen

Computer connectivity to projector for slideshows

Sound system

Hearing loop by prior request.


16 long tables, each would seat 8 people

10 small square tables, good for playing bridge or a 4 person quiz team!

5 round cabaret style tables, each would seat 6 people comfortably

80 comfy blue padded chairs

40 wooden chairs (on request)


Kitchen with dishwasher, sink, fridge, cooker, kettles, etc

Cutlery & crockery for 100

Glasses, cups, saucers, etc

Various serving utensils

Tea towels

Hot water heater

White board

Premises Licence:

The premises is licensed to be open from 9.00 am to 1.00 am.

*It is possible to hire tables, chairs and some other equipment for a reasonable fee. Please contact Christine Rogers 01547 530258 or email Christine

Hall Hire Booking and Fees

Bookings should be made through Christine Rogers 01547 530258 or email Christine

We have a hearing loop installed and if you have any access need, please not hesitate to contact Christine


Christine Rogers 01547 530258

James Middleton 01547 530247

Di Cosgrove 01547 530347

Location of the Village Hall.

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Village Hall Committee


Di Cosgrove 01547 530347 email: Chairman


Dave Wright 01547 530836  email:


Jacqueline Cook-Molony 01547 530871 email: secretary

Marion Cox           Vice-chair and Arts Alive Organiser

James Middleton

Christine Rogers    Hall booking Secretary and Flicks Organiser

VILLAGE HALL Hall Hire and Booking Fees Committee

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Hall Hire and booking fees

Location of the hall



Free for events advertised and open to all the local community

Daytime (max 4 hrs)


Evening Hire (max 4 hrs)


Parties / Dances etc.


Day Hire to 6.00 pm


Town Council/Meetings


Funeral Wake


Please contact the booking sectretary for more information


This statement acts as the Village Hall’s (VH) policy for complying with the EU GDPR Regulation of 2016.  It will be kept under review by the VH Committee of Trustees and updated in the light of changing circumstances and advice received.

The VH operates this policy principally for the Legitimate Interest of carrying out its function of “….use for meetings, lectures and classes, and for other forms of recreation and leisure-time occupation, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants” as stated in the Trust Deed that is held by the Charities Commission.

The VH maintains an electronic list of names and email addresses of people who have been asked to be kept informed of events taking place in the Redlake Valley.  

The Committee of Trustees acts as the Controllers of data and its use and any trustee with delegated authority from the committee may act as a Processor.

The Village Hall aims to respond to all written/emailed requests from individuals about their personal data within seven working days and guarantees to respond within thirty days. It will carry out any deletions without query or delay.

Personal data is stored securely on one computer to which only one trustee will have access while she/he has that delegated authority. Personal data will never be passed onto a third party.

This statement will be a permanent fixture on our website.

Village Hall News Spring 2022

Like everyone else we are hoping that the troubles we went through with the pandemic are over now and we can return to more normal use of the village hall. All clubs now continue to meet regularly and a varied programme of events is planned for the spring of 2022 including:  (See What’s On page)

  • Jason Buck, a storyteller and performer who blends traditional and contemporary themes, music, vocal sound effects and pure, unadulterated fantasy.
  • Live music provided by Chapel Lawn favourites Red Madog performing with their unique combination of instruments, traditional melodies, original songs and cover versions, to deliver their own brand of ‘folk-fusion’.
  • Two performances from theatre groups sponsored by Arts Alive. Bumper Blyton provides a retro-comedy show and Box of Frogs perform improvised comedy in a Whose Line Is It Anyway style.
  • Flicks in the Sticks - we plan to begin a programme of films in September

Plans to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee on 2-5 June 2022 are:

  • Thursday 2nd June  Beacon to be lit on Caer Caradoc.
  • Saturday 4th June  Street party/fete, all day BBQ, pudding competition, wheelbarrow race, tug of war and games for children.
  • Sunday 5th June  Gathering in the church with music. Children to be presented with Jubilee mugs by older folk from the village.

Thanks to Clun Town Council for a grant of £600 towards the cost of the BBQ and purchase of Jubilee mugs for the children.

The regular arts classes with Gretchen Ind and crafts classes with Constance Wood have also resumed.


While the government restrictions on the use of the hall have been lifted the committee have decided to still limit the numbers using the hall to ensure that those wishing  to attend events  still feel comfortable and  are not in a crowded venue. A maximum of 60 people has therefore been put on all events. This restriction will be reviewed periodically.

The Village Hall Committee welcomes ideas for future activities and events and anyone resident in the area wishing to join the committee would be welcomed, so do get in touch with any of the committee members.

The hall will also be open for hire in the future.  No charge will be made for hall events that are advertised and open to members of the  local community.

Many thanks  to everyone who has supported the village hall over the years. We look forward to seeing you all at the exciting and interesting events planned for the rest of the year.

For more details on all events - see the Village Hall Noticeboard