Wanstrow Village Hall was rebuilt using money from the Big Lottery and other grants. It was opened in May 2011 by Kevin McCloud, presenter of Channel 4 Grand Designs programme. He called it “a triumph for Wanstrow.”
The design is planned to be eco-friendly, using the latest sustainable technology. The village hall also has full disabled access.
The adjoining green was opened in April 2012 and is open to the public at all times. It is equipped with state-of-the-art play equipment funded by a grant from The People’s Millions. It is a fantastic asset for anyone wanting to book a children”s party, or an event including children, as it is freely available.
The main hall can easily seat 120 people and the adjoining meeting room can be opened up to increase the area.
There is a well-organised and fully equipped kitchen with serving hatch. There is a bar in the main hall.
Outside there is a car park which has two spaces for disabled parking.
The attractive church of St. Mary is nearby and the village pub, now under new management and renamed The King William IV; serves real ales and is right across the road.