Northmoor village hall is located in the heart of a lovely West Oxfordshire village. The Church is opposite, to the rear lies the children's playground, and the Red Lion public house is just a stone's throw away.
Twelve miles from Oxford, 6 miles from Abingdon and 8 miles from Witney, the parish sits among prime Oxfordshire farmland and is bordered on one side by the Thames. It is peaceful and pretty and boasts a thriving community.
The architect-designed hall was built in 1997 and features a high arched ceiling, a full length conservatory, maple flooring and a fully-fitted kitchen with a double range. With its lime-rendered exterior and steep, sloping roof, the hall blends comfortably with the the local architecture. And, like so many buildings in the Cotswolds, it is approached via a stone bridge over the village brook. An old ash tree shades the gravel car park which can accommodate up to 20 cars.
The hall is light and airy and can accommodate 100 people seated or 150 standing. It is an ideal venue for club and social meetings, fitness groups, exhibitions, sales and presentation meetings, staff training sessions, wedding receptions and parties.
The separate committee room seats up to 20 and is perfect for smaller meetings and displays.
Ultra-fast broadband is available via a 100Mbps symmetrical internet connection and is free to all hall users.This is part of the Northmoor, Bablockhythe and Moreton Community Broadband Project, and is supported by the Rural Communities Broadband Fund, administered by DEFRA.