Combe Raleigh Village Hall
The Village Hall is situated in the heart of the village. It is a focal point for many activities and clubs in the village. The hall has a large main room, extensive kitchen facilities and parking for private events etc.
Funded by voluntary contributions, our Village Hall was built by Robert Pulman on land donated by Esau Hellier Coombe. It was opened by Viscountess Sidmouth on the 25th November 1926. Since then it has been a centre for Village social life.
The village hall is used by many for a wide variety of activies. It is a great location for a private family celebration, community activities, local meetings and for business conferences or trainiung events. The hire charges are very reasonable. If you would like to find out more about booking and event click on the button below.
The calendar on the right provides information about current bookings at the Village Hall
The Combe Raleigh Village Hall is a Charity ( Charity Number 265146 ) The day to day mangement of the hall is admistered by a small committee which holds regular meetings. There is an AGM held once a year which is open to the public. The minites of the last AGM, held on 30th April 2019 have not yet been approved, they can be view HERE.