Welcome to Horningsham Village Hall
Our village hall sits in the heart of Horningsham; a beautiful Wiltshire village nestled in rolling landscape with wonderful views across the county.
The village itself forms part of the vast Longleat Estate with the famous Longleat Safari Park, stately home and grounds neighbouring the village. The hall was built in 1930 by the then Lord Bath, Thomas Thynne, in loving memory of his wife, Violet, who died in 1928. Thomas’s grandson Alexander, the current Lord Bath, continues to support the village hall and is often seen at our annual village fayre in June. The heir apparent, Ceawlin Viscount Weymouth, and his wife Emma, open the fayre annually.
The hall itself is a beautiful building with a veranda overlooking the playing field and is perfect for a wedding reception, christening, fund-raiser or any type of party. The hall also boasts a large stage and separate ante-room making it a flexible venue for multiple uses. Although the hall is well established it has modern facilities including a large kitchen, access for those with restricted mobility and neutral decoration giving you a blank canvas to personalise your event.