The Victoria Hall is Bourton-on-the-Water's village hall. It is located in the centre of this beautiful Cotswold village and available for hire at competitive rates for events ranging from concerts to private parties and garden fetes.

 

 The Victoria Hall

Welcome to the Bourton-on-the-Water Village Hall website.

 

The Victoria Hall was built to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897. The biggest contributor to the funds needed for its construction was Mr George Moore, a well-known local resident and benefactor.

  

The Hall overlooks the village green and the River Windrush and is prominently situated in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, a popular tourist destination and working village in the heart of the Cotswolds.

 

The Victoria Hall is available to hire for a variety of functions, concerts, community events, exhibitions, fetes, classes, meetings and private parties and social events. There are two meeting rooms on the ground floor and an air-conditioned upstairs hall, seating capacity of up to 120 persons, with a full-size stage. Kitchen facilities are available on both floors. For further details see the description of facilities and floor plans.

 

Full disabled facilities are provided: entrance ramp, stairlift, disabled toilet and loop system.

 

 

 
The Victoria Hall
Photo taken in 1899 by Henry W Taunt
© Oxfordshire County Council, Oxfordshire History Centre

  

   This web-site has been created through the support of the GRCC