About Us

Blunham Village Hall is closed until further notice. Please email the Hall at blunhamvillagehall@gmail.com if you have any queries.


Located in the picturesque village of Blunham, Bedfordshire, the recently renovated and modernised village hall is the perfect venue for regular events including classes, workshops and meetings, fairs, fundraisers and of course parties including children’s birthday parties, christenings, anniversaries and all celebrations.  Bllunham Village Hall is a registered non-profit charity (registered number 1183856).

Blunham Village Hall is a non-profit registered charity and is run by a voluntary management committee who meet every six weeks. The Village Hall is a brilliant focal point for events and activities in the village and an essential part of our village life.

There is a wide range of community events held on a weekly basis at Blunham Village Hall including the Teddy Bears Playgroup, Coffee Morning, Gardening Club, Women’s Institute as well as regular exercise classes such as Yoga.

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Our Committee

We have a small committee of volunteers who help ensure that Blunham Village Hall is able to operate in an efficient and helpful manner. If you’d like to join the committee please email us at blunhamvillagehall@gmail.com. If you can’t commit to coming to meetings, please get in touch if you can help in other ways such as delivering leaflets, putting up posters, helping at events, or managing the Hall’s social media.

  • Chairman: Michelle Grice
  • Treasurer: Barbara Eaton
  • Bookings: Brenda Leaf & Stella Harding
  • Member: Bev Boothby
  • Member: Sylvia Elwes
  • Member: Fred Merill
  • Member: Carol Purches
  • Member: Lindsay Rose
  • Member: Nigel Aldis
  • Member: Maggie Willis

The Committee organise regular fundraising activities at the hall which have included a Quiz Night, Night at the Races, seasonal lunches, Photograph Evening, Mind Body and Soul Fair, Wine My Bluff, Pamper Evening, Afternoon Teas, Summer BBQ, TableTop Sale and special themed evenings. The village hall is also used a meeting place for many organisations in the village including the Parish Council.