ABOUT THE HALL
The Memorial Hall is a Grade II listed building. It was the idea of Charlotte Barrington, who had the view that it should be "placed where possible in the heart of the village, and in the midst of a recreation ground."
The Hall was opened in the Summer of 1926 by HRH Princess Beatrice, daughter of Queen Victoria.
One of many beautiful features is the fine oak triple-hammer beam ceiling, which is said to be a copy of that at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.