Ashbury Village Hall


The village hall stands on the North East side of the Shrivenham road, opposite the new school. It was bequeathed to the people of Ashbury by the Countess of Craven in the 1960s. It is run for the benefit of the community by a committee of volunteers. There is a schedule of regular events (classes, toddler groups etc.) and it is available for private hire.  For a detailed history of the hall and recent events see the archives.

Key holders are: Lin/Kevin Clark (first contact), Maggie Simons, Margaret Smith, Roger Baker or Maxine Curtis.

Facilities and interior photographs

How to book

Village Hall Committee Members



Forthcoming Events

Water Colour Painting Classes

This friendly group usually meet on the first Saturday morning of each month (not August) from 9.30 am – 12.30 pm.   The group are mainly beginners who enjoy being tutored by Hilary Sinclair and chatting during the break over a cuppa and slice of cake!  The group have painted seascapes, animals, trees, people, still life, flowers, Ashbury scenes and much more.  The cost is £8 per session.  If you would like more information, or would like to come along and try a session, please contact Maggie Simons, 01793 710 801