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About the Hall

About Stanton Village Hall (near to Burton, Newhall, Church Gresley and Swadlincote)

Stanton Village Hall is a community space located on the A444 in the Village of Stanton, between Burton upon Trent and Swadlincote. 


The Village Hall hosts a number of regular activities including fitness, karate tai-chi, slimming classes, and yoga. The Hall is available to hire on a regular basis or for private one-off functions.

The Main Hall includes entrance foyer, main hall (redecorated in 2020), kitchen, cafe area, stage and toilets (females recently renovated). Learn more about the Hall's Facilities

We'd like to see this used more for community and charity events too. For information on hiring the Hall including rates, terms and capacity please visit our webpages on Hiring the Hall.


Hall & Facilities

Stanton Village Hall comprises of:

  • Main Hall: Painted in a neutral taupe colour (painted recently in 2020) with a wood sprung dance floor. 

  • The main hall floor is 6.35m x 14.5m (not including stage and seating areas to wings)

  • Fixed Stage with curtains.

  • Entrance foyer. Leading to toilets.

  • Toilets including spacious disabled bathroom (ladies renovated 2018).

  • Baby change (within disabled toilets).

  • Cafe area to left wing with tables, seating and TV (no TV license). 

  • Chairs: 90 modern chairs with a grey-fawn seat-pad.

  • New heating (2020)

  • New LED lighting in main hall (2020)

  • Tables: 17 x 6ft tables and 9 x 3ft tables (+/- 2).

  • Kitchen: with two kettles, Tassimo machine, fridge, microwave, and washing-up facilities.

  • Car park: with room for 20 cars as well as 2 disabled spaces. 

  • Grounds: Behind the Hall is a small lawned garden next to a small stream. 

The Hall is accessible to wheelchair users, although assistance with the opening of the door may be necessary. 

A small bouncy castle can fit in the hall. 

A comfortable capacity sits around 70-90.


Hall History

The community of Stanton fundraised for many years to secure a Village Hall of its own. The land for Stanton Village Hall was conveyanced in October 1953 with the intention that the trustees of the land apply to the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales.


The conveyancing document stated that the property 'shall be held upon trust for the purposes of physical and mental training and recreation and social moral and intellectual development through the medium of reading and recreation room library lectures classes recreations and entertainments or otherwise as may be found expedient for the benefit of the inhabitants of Stanton (and immediate vicinity)'. The Hall has achieved this mission for over 60 years hosting a range of classes and events that meet this purpose.

When the Hall was originally conveyanced, several other groups had an interest in the Hall including Stanton Men's Institute, Stanton Women's Institute and Stanton Cricket Club. None of these groups exist today. However, the governing document for the Hall does permit other groups in the parish to be recognised (Conveyance 1953, Schedule 2.7). 

The Hall has received limited external investment over many years and generous donations from the local community have seen steady updates and general maintenance conducted over the years. At one time this included some of the trustees even backing a loan against their own homes to pay for repairs. 

Do you have any more details about the history of the Hall? Email


New committee members are elected annually at our AGM (held each July). Members of the Stanton community and surrounding areas are welcome to attend this AGM.

Matters for discussion by the Committee

Should be emailed to and marked for the attention of the Secretary please. 

See our 'Governance Documents' section for reports and policies.

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