Stoulton is a small parish situated in a conservation area lying between Worcester and Pershore.
The village comprises a number of houses, many dating from the 17th century.
Taking pride of place in the village is a Norman Church dating back to 1120 dedicated to St. Edmund, King and Martyr where people continue to worship today. To find out more about the history of Stoulton please visit https://www.stoultonworcester.org
The Village Hall was orginally the Village School and was built in 1877. The hall has recently undergone a full refurbishment costing more than £75,000 funded by donations from a large number of benefactors and the generous support of the local community who greatly value the building. With the restoration and insulation of the original vaulted ceiling, and new kitchen and toilets plus the installation of central heating and replacement of the flat roof in 2013, the fabric of the hall is now secured for the forseeable future. The kitchen includes: a range cooker, griddle, commercial & domestic dishwashers, bain marie, fridge, wine cooler, a large range of crockery, cutlery and serving dishes.
Modern toilets including disabled access and baby change facilities.
The hall is appox. 70m2 and has super fast broadband. We can accommodate around 60 seated users or 100 standing. Our store room contains a variety of tables and chairs to suit all occasions including some small chair/tables and high chair for youngsters. In addition we have a 65” screen and stand. Parking is available on-site for around 12-15 vehicles, and there is some road-side parking close by.
Information about how to hire the hall can be found on our Village Hall Hire & Calendar page
The hall also now has an eceltic mix of regular activties and groups who are always happy to welcome new members. Take a look at our Regular Groups page to find out more
Stoulton Village Hall is famous for it’s regular coffee mornings on the first Saturday of every month from 10:30am until 12 noon. Come and join us for some delicious cakes and a friendly catch up.