Located in the North West corner of the ‘New Forest National Park’, Woodgreen hides a secret. Opened in 1931, the village hall outwardly is a rather typical example of community buildings of that era. However, when you enter the main hall you are greeted by something special and unique which is the reason the hall has a Grade 2 listing. Inside, the internal walls from dado rail to ceiling have been decorated with murals depicting village life as it was in the 1930s.
Woodgreen Village Hall is a unique venue to stage various events. The murals form a stunning backdrop for that special day – weddings – craft shows – parties – business seminars, etc. The village hall provides good parking, a sheltered sunny rear patio and a grassed area to the rear suitable for marquees. The facilities include a well-appointed kitchen, banquet chairs and tables and a PA system with fitted induction loop.
Thanks to Bill Shepley and Nick Rutter Photography for permission to use photographs displayed on this page.