A modern, well-equipped village hall in Sandleheath
The rural village of Sandleheath is the happy abode of some 600 residents who live in groups of houses along the B3078 about a mile to the west of Fordingbridge in Hampshire.
Sitting on a bank of London clay, the village used to be a brick-making centre, but the various works closed in the 1960s. Now there is a small industrial estate in their place. The village is lucky to have a village shop and post office, and also hosts a Uniting Church, a Sea Scout Centre and a Tennis Club. The village has a thriving Sandleheath Community Association (SCA) that conducts village events.
Housed in the St. Aldhelm’s building that was constructed in 1907, Sandleheath Village Hall has become our valued village community centre, but is available to hire to anyone. It provides an attractive, welcoming space, refurbished to a high standard of accommodation. You can read more about our heritage on our History Page. We operate to a range of statutory policies, including our Personal Information Policy, which you can find on our Policies Page. The hall is managed by a team of local volunteers. If you’d like to join them, and we hope you will, please visit our Work With Us page.