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Dunham & District Village Hall



A warm welcome to The Dunham on Trent & District Millennium Centre serving the community of

Ragnal, Fledborough and Darlton.

Our goal is to provide you with useful information about the activities that take place in hall. The help of the community will ensure this service will grow.

We hope you’ll find everything you need to know about the Hall here.  You can find out about the origins and history of the Hall, and also about the Village Hall Committee responsible for running it now.

If you would like to hire the hall you can check the calendar to see if it is available, and also make a booking

online.   Information about using the Hall can be found in the Documents section of the web site.

To find out about forthcoming social events in the Hall, check out the events section of the website.

The Village Hall has Wi-Fi Broadband for the convenience of hall users.

The Dunham on Trent and District Village Hall is hired by a wide range of organisations on a regular basis, and is frequently used for a variety of celebrations, including birthday parties, wedding receptions & anniversary parties as well as numerous fund raisers & other events. There is also a large car park available for the duration of your booking.

•    Smaller function room measuring 5m x 10m
•    Self contained kitchenette (with kettles, fridge & sink)
•    Gentlemens, Ladies & Disabled toilet facilities (baby changing unit is available within the disabled toilet area)
•    Tables
•    Seating

Information on Village

Dunham-on-Trent is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England. It is located on the A57 road, about 0.5 miles west of Dunham Bridge, a toll bridge crossing the River Trent. According to the 2001 census it has a population of 351, falling slightly to 343 at the 2011 Census. The earliest part of the Grade 1 listed parish church of St Oswald is the tower, dating from the 15th century and Perpendicular in style. The rest is mostly Victorian, built 1861–62 by T.C. Hine, father of George Thomas Hine, though the south nave wall remains from an earlier reconstruction completed in 1802.


Dunham & district Village Hall Welcome