The Function Hall (L17.0m x W8.6m) has space for up to 200 people and ample parking with room to spare. We have a permanent stage with stage Lighting making the venue ideal for screenings, lectures, publicity events and stage productions morning, afternoon and evenings.
Previous activities include:
Film screenings, fitness classes, theatre productions, business lectures, live music, hobby classes and events and toddler groups
We have a large Recreation Area, ideal for camping and caravanning as well out outdoor and sporting events.
Previous activities include:
Car boot sales, caravan club events, school sports days, dog and cat shows, Classic car shows, village events and cricket matches
The hall is available for weddings. For charges please see our 'wedding' page or call our Booking Secretary.
Images kindly provided by Elizabeth Townshend
Perfect for Weddings!
The well equipped kitchen, toilets and disabled access as well as a free, fully staffed bar (available on request) make this the ideal venue for family parties and celebrations.
Previous activities include;
Wedding receptions, retirement parties, cookery demonstrations, fancy dress balls, and children's birthday celebrations
Camerton Community Hall is available for all. The only limitation to its use is your imagination. You are free to embellish and decorate the hall to suit your unique event.
You can also extend the function area by adding a marquee to the extensive outdoor area. Our rural position provides peace, tranquillity and attractive views as well as allowing activity often not possible in populated areas
This is a small wooded area (about half an acre) planted on the west side of the playing field just after the hall was opened in 1980. Since then it was very much left to its own devices resulting in it becoming totally overgrown with bramble thereby inaccessible.
However, soon after the new committee was installed in February 2017 it set about reclaiming this lovely wooded area, a daunting, but as it proved, a very worthwhile task. The vision was to create a small nature reserve for education and leisure purposes.
The first job was to remove some eight tonnes of brash. This was followed by creating an all-weather , wheelchair accessible path which now runs through the main part of the copse complete with a couple of benches en-route for people to just sit and enjoy their surroundings. To allow some of the woodland floor flora to thrive the canopy needed to be opened up, which when completed transformed the whole feel of this now fast evolving place of peace and tranquillity.
The brash clearance enabled some 800sq metres of land on the edge of the copse to be reclaimed. This is now planted with 50 indigenous tree saplings to create an additional 75% of wooded area, whilst at the same time greatly reducing our carbon footprint. Also to attract bees, butterflies and a myriad of insect species this area is now seeded with meadow wild flowers, a sight to behold in the spring and summer months
Latterly two living willow tunnel structures have been built at each entrance; the top one to replicate the entrance to the mine (roadway in collier speak) and the bottom one, which fans out, to replicate their coming out into the daylight.
We have transformed what was an ignored area into something everyone and everything can enjoy and benefit from, just ask the wedding parties who have on occasions transformed it into an evening lantern wonderland by draping the entrances and pathway with a variety of fairy lighting…absolutely magical. Or ask the party of six year olds, who as part of their Cotton and Canvas event made it theirs by calling it “The Enchanted Wood”…..some were even convinced they saw fairies in the trees!
Talk to us about camping at the hall! For charges please see our 'hiring' page or call our Booking Secretary.
Images kindly provided by Bryn Hawkins
Available for organised camping & rallies!
Our facilities offer: electric hook-ups, showers, toilets & Elson facilities