The Hall

Information about the Hall

A view of the Hall

Tibenham is a small village in rural South Norfolk, approximately 7 miles from Diss. The building of the Community Hall was made possible by grants from the National Lottery's Community Fund, South Norfolk District Council, Tibenham Parish Council, the Norfolk Association of Village Halls and from the waste recycling group Wren, along with many local fundraising efforts.

The Hall opened in July 2003 and has since become a hub for village activities. A wide range of groups and classes meet regularly in the Hall and it is a popular venue for local events and celebrations. In addition to the main Hall we offer a well equipped kitchen, a meeting room and a large car park.

The Hall has set out to be a centre for local well being activities, to help make the village a more sustainable place to live. The aim is to help fight Rural Loneliness and Isolation by increasing opportunities for social contact for people who would otherwise spend much of their time at home alone.

We aim to offer a very warm welcome, a listening ear and the chance to mix with others who enjoy the rural landscape of our village.

The latest Trustees' Report can be downloaded here:

2022 Trustees Report

Hygiene Rating 2022