Great Haseley Village Hall is conveniently located with easy access from the M40 at junction 7. The hall is an old stone barn that once was part of the neighbouring farm, which has also been subsequently converted to housing. The barn was donated to the village in 1930 and retains much of its original character whilst providing modern facilities. The actual date of construction of the barn is not known, but the building does appears on old maps dating from 1897.
Great Haseley is a quintessential Oxfordshire village that is often used for the filming of Midsomer Murders. The Village Hall has attractive original beams and has starred in several episodes including as an antique Shop in 'Dark Autumn', a book signing session in 'The Fisher King'and as Midsomer Parva village hall in 'Blood Wedding'. Our lovely hall is also ideal for your event! It is a great location for parties, discos, meetings, coffee mornings or any other type of event that you have in mind.
The hall is owned by the Parish Council and run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers from the village and all monies generated from the hire of the hall are used for the continued improvement of the hall and the facilities provided.