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You can now check availability and make hall bookings online. See the Bookings page for more details.



Singing Sessions, Dancing,Tai Chi, Coffee Mornings and more ... See our Regular Events page for details. For the latest events:


See our Events page for the latest news of whats on at the Hall

Welshampton is located in the northern part of North Shropshire countryside between the market towns of Whitchurch and Ellesmere.  The Parish Hall is conveniently placed on the main road (A495) through the village.  It has a variety of facilities making it an ideal location for events of all kinds.

The Parish Hall is managed by a Committee made up of local residents who freely give their time to ensure the Hall is maintained for all to use.

Welshampton and Lyneal Parish Council are Custodian Trustees, which ensures the facility will be available for future generations.

The Parish Hall serves the villages of Welshampton, Lyneal and Colemere and surrounding areas.

Any constructive comments? Fill in our questionnaire. (See the documents page).