Bournheath Village Hall – The Beating Heart of Bournheath

Set in a semi rural location close to the M5 and M42 motorways, the Village Hall was founded on 1st January 1975 and is a Registered Charity No.523101. It is a friendly place to attend, located next to a park which has a children’s play area and plenty of open space. There are many activities which are held at the Community Centre including children’s play groups, dog training, talks from Worcestershire Wildlife, art groups and events organised by The Village Community Centre Committee.

The hall has one large function room perfect for all kind of events; family occasions, classes or general gatherings, with a smaller room adjoining it that is ideal as a meeting room, together with a fully refurbished kitchen.  There is also a large car parking area to accommodate visitors’ cars.

The Community Centre is available to hire, at very reasonable rates.  Please see the rates, effective from 1st January 2019, under the ‘Booking Rates’ tab, to the left of the screen.  Anyone wishing to make a hall reservation is advised to do so via email only.  Thank you.


These pages will be updated with details of any upcoming Community events, that you are invited to attend.

Please check the ‘Events’ page and ‘Events Calendar’ for upcoming events or ‘Past Events’ to recall those events that you may already have attended or missed.  The ‘Photographs’ page will show photos of the larger community events, see if you can spot yourself there.


OUR ART GROUP ran by Judith Giles, will not take place on Wednesday 25th September, due to unforeseen circumstances. The next class will be on 9th October 2-4 pm as already scheduled. Apologies for any inconvenience.


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SHOUT-OUT to anyone who hasn’t already submitted their photo entries into this year’s competition. The cut-off date is Saturday 14th September, when all entries/forms/fee in an envelope should be taken to 51 Fairfield Road. Any queries, please call 07866436919.

The competition..

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