Next event: World War 1 centenary concert with Stour Concert Brass, featuring a playlet of remembrance by Ilmington Drama Group, on
2 November at 7.30pm. Tickets £5 from Ilmington Community Shop and Bumble & Wild, Sheep St, Shipston. Or on door (if available). Full details of all “Ilmington Remembers” events are on our news page
Ilmington Village Hall from the foot of Foxcote Hill
Ilmington Village Hall is situated in a picturesque position on the corner of Foxcote Hill and Front Street. It was originally built in 1933 on land given by Major Spenser Flower, and was extended through a Millennium Project in 2000. More recently, in 2012, the kitchen was extended and refurbished to provide spacious, well-equipped catering facilities.
True to its purpose of promoting leisure, recreation and education for the benefit of all villagers, the hall is the centre for an array of community activities from pilates to film nights, as well as hosting concerts, theatrical productions, wedding and christening parties and other public and family events. There are currently six regular user groups (see times here) who use the facilities. The hall is also the location of the emergency heart defibrillator.
The hall is available to be booked for parties and gatherings of many types. More details can be found on our bookings section, or please contact the bookings secretary on 01608 682527.