The Exton Village Hall is situated in Station Road only a few yards from the traffic lights on the main A376 Exeter to Exmouth road.
The Hall is regularly used by local groups and clubs from surrounding villages being conveniently located between Exeter and Exmouth.
Built in 1910, the village hall stands adjacent to the village church, St Andrew’s . The facilities include:
Free car parking on the car park in front of the church
Main Hall , with seating for 50 and a raised stage.
The central heating system has just been renewed so even on the coldest days users have a nice warm environment which can be adjusted to fit individual needs. There is a useful sized screen fixed to one wall, ample electric points and good overhead lighting.
The Norton Room, located between the hall and the kitchen can be adapted for all manner of uses. The store room off the room contains folding tables (6ft and 3ft), brooms, dustpans and a vacuum cleaner for the use of people hiring the hall. Tables and chairs can be hired for external functions.
The kitchen contains an oven, microwave, dishwasher, small refrigerator, electric kettles, cutlery, china , some glasses and floor level heating. Because of the EDDC waste sorting system we require users to remove all their refuse when they leave the hall.
Toilets , Ladies and Gents
Persons requiring disabled access can use the portable ramp and access the hall through the Exit door.
This is an ideal facility for small clubs, business meetings, lectures, children’s parties, supper parties, New Year revelry etc.
BOOKINGS. If you wish to book the hall or enquire about costs please contact Eileen Pratt on 01392-877917.
For more information on Exton Village Hall, please click on the link below, where you will find further details of various clubs and a calendar of events and availability
The village has a playground, which has a number of amusements for children. It is opposite the Puffing Billy, which makes it convenient for bored parents.
Some new amusements were added in 2010 with money from Woodbury Parish Council, which manages the play area, and a donation from the Exton Festival Committee.
The Goose Field
The Goose Field is a piece of land, located off Exton Lane, that was donated to the Village in 1998 by Lady Mary Courtenay.
The land was laid out as an area for families to relax in and has a shelter and seating available.
Various events have been held in the Goose Field over the years since its opening in 2000, but it is currently under used and various options are being considered.