Our Hall is situated in the small village of Dunsden, just across from the Village Green and the Community Orchard.  Dunsden is one of a group of villages/hamlets that make up the South Oxfordshire Parish of Eye & Dunsden, the others being Playhatch and Sonning Eye.   

Dunsden Church was where the poet, Wilfred Owen was lay assistant to the vicar as a young man, later he served as a soldier in WW1 and lost his life in Ors, northern France one week before the end of the war.  

Dunsden is also the home of the award winning Loddon Brewery, established in 2002.

Eye & Dunsden Village Hall is situated a mile north of the A4155 Reading to Henley road from the roundabout at Playhatch, and 1.5 miles from the River Thames at Sonning which forms the county border. 

More views of the Hall
  • Main Hall and Phillimore Room

    This L-shaped hall is popular for family parties.
    It has direct access to the enclosed garden.

  • Palmer Room

    Our smaller hall seats 37 and can accommodate 74 standing.  
    Contains a small kitchen and its own toilets.

  • The Garden

  • View from the hall

    This is the view from the rear of the hall looking across our small field to the fields beyond.

  • Rear of the hall

  • View of the hall from the car park

Eye & Dunsden Village Hall
This front view of the hall shows the Main Hall with the original housing for the school bell above the main window.

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Eye & Dunsden Village Hall, Dunsden Green, RG4 9QG, Oxfordshire. Registered Charity no. 273293
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