Harpsden Village Hall enjoys a glorious rural position approximately one mile from Henley-on-Thames, South Oxfordshire. It is situated in the centre of the village of Harpsden, in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. The Hall, meeting room and recreation field are available for hire to organisations and individuals. They offer an attractive venue for parties and celebrations, wedding receptions and activity group meetings.
Due to its unique ambience, Harpsden Hall has been used as a film location by the BBC in their ‘Down to Earth Series’ and recently by ITV for an episode of ‘Miss Marple’.
In addition to the small field behind the Hall, the Trust owns the football and cricket fields, used respectively by AFC Henley and Harpsden Cricket Club, which was founded by John Hodges. The football field is the site of the Harpsden Fĕte held each year in June on Father’s Day.