Froyle Village Hall stands in the heart of beautiful Hampshire countryside close to Alton. It’s the ideal setting for parties, meetings, art classes, yoga, and much more. The hall is bright and spacious with a fine view over the recreation ground. The kitchen is modern and very well equipped. Close to the hall there is a playground with a climbing frame, zip wire and pirate ship for children to explore. The area is popular with walkers and cyclists. There are two pubs close by. Bentley Station (Waterloo 1 hour) is a mile and half away.






Froyle Village Fete 2014-19

Froyle Fete and Dog Show takes place every year on the second Saturday in July. It’s organised by an ad hoc committee of residents. For further information contact

Froyle Bonfire Party

Froyle Bonfire Party is a free event (bucket collection) organised by the Village Hall Committee every year on the Fifth of November. A huge bonfire, amazing fireworks, a bar and BBQ are all provided.

Fruit and Flower Show

The fruit and flower show is held in the hall on the same day as the Fete with a great many classes to enter. It is organised by the very active Froyle Gardening Club. For more information contact Anne Blunt on 01420 22262.

Film Night / Race Night / Quiz Night
Harvest Supper / Bingo 2014-2019

The Froyle Village Hall Committee organise a number of fund-raising events each year including Race Nights and Bingo. Other events like film shows are planned to cover their costs to keep the price of tickets as low as possible. Every Friday a coffee morning is held, known locally as the Meeting Place, at which a selection of famously delicious cakes are served.