In the heart of the village


Shackleford Village Hall started life as the Shackleford Institute, built in 1893 as a private charitable club for the purposes of reading and recreation for its members …’. The Hall was opened by Lord Midleton of Peper Harow, who became its first president.

The Village Hall makes an excellent venue for clubs, classes, presentations and meetings and has full catering facilities for events of all kinds. Please get in touch through the Bookings page.

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Quilting has been underway at the Hall for many years as can be seen in the picture above. The quilters meet every Friday and welcome new members. See WHAT’S ON for more details.

Conveniently situated a few minutes off the A3, just south of Guildford, in the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Shackleford Village Hall has all the charm of a traditional village hall but with modern facilities providing a warm and comfortable venue for a wide range of clubs, classes and events from Yoga to Pop-Up Restaurants!

Located close to the parish church of St. Mary’s, with easy access and ample parking, it also makes it an excellent choice for smaller wedding receptions and christenings.