The present village hall was a gift to the village from Colonel Sherwood, the last squire of North Stifford who lived at Stifford Lodge. He opened it in 1959 together with Colonel Sir Francis Whitmore who had donated the land. Today, a Village Hall Committee, made up of volunteers, oversees the running of the hall.
The people responsible for taking North Stifford Village Hall bookings are not computer users therefore…
The ONLY way to make enquiries and hall bookings is at the village hall in person on a Monday evening between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.
(Please use the side door)
We do not have any other contact details for the North Stifford Village Hall.