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History of Grayshott Village Hall

Grayshott Village Hall

Grayshott Village Hall was officially opened on 22nd of May 1902 on a site which was the gift of a Mrs. Plympton-Smith. A board of trustees ran the "Grayshott and Hindhead Institute and Village Hall" until 1907 when a management committee was appointed.

The land which is now the rear car park & Fire Station was purchased in 1903 and a bowling green & tennis courts were situated on it. The Studio (the building that used to house the library) was added in 1906.

During World War I the buildings were used for billeting troops.

Grayshott Village Hall

In 1935 the wall at the front of the hall was erected with money collected to celebrate the silver jubilee of King George V & Queen Mary.

In 1960 the land where the Fire Station now stands was sold.

To a more detailed History courtesy of Mr B Tapp - Grayshott Village Archive