Contact Us Website updated 18th July 2017
The Village Hall has long since been the primary function room for Aston Abbotts. Built in the late 19th century it is small, but used by many groups throughout the year, including weekly coffee mornings, church events, the Ladies Club, Bingo, Whist, quizzes, musical events, teas at the annual fete at the end of July and, of course, Parish Council meetings. It is also available for private hire. Over the years it has seen youth clubs, village discos, private parties, and many, many other functions. The hall is managed by a charitable trust - the Aston Abbotts Village Hall Trust - under a long lease from the Church. The hall reopened in April 2017 after major renovation and extension.  The hall has a wheelchair-accessible toilet and an access ramp to the main building, as well as greatly improved facilities inside. We are extremely grateful to the following major sponsors: WREN, Aylesbury Vale Community Chest/Housing Trust, the Aston Abbotts Christmas Show Fund, and Garfield Weston. We have also received financial support from the Parish Council, the Parochial Church Council, Bucks County Council Community Leaders' Fund, and Waitrose Leighton Buzzard. Last but not least, we have raised a great deal of money ourselves in the village from user groups and individuals. We held our official reopening ceremony on 20 May. The hall has a maximum capacity of 60 people and is in a central location in the village between The Green and the church. Please contact the village hall trustees at astonabbottsvillagehall@yahoo.com if you wish to make a booking..  
Community - The Village Hall
The Village Hall is available for hire again now. Please contact astonabbottsvillagehall @yahoo.com or ring Nigel Palmer on 681152 for more information
The Village Hall has seen many village functions over the years, including Christmas shows and Dawali celebration parties
The newly renovated Village Hall is opened by Mrs Judy Hardcastle on Saturday 20th May 2017
The renovation has vastly improved and modernised the facilities (pictures by Nigel Palmer)