Angle is a small, coastal village bounded on 3 sides by the sea, from rugged cliffs and sandy beaches at West Angle Bay to the tidal mudflats of East Angle, rich in bird life. The one street village plan, with strip fields, dates from Norman times. It is notable for some well preserved medieval buildings and two friendly pubs. There's a shop, school and church.
The village hall dates from 1913, leased from the Angle estate to the village. It is build of Angle Block and has undergone refurbishment in the last 5 years. Capacity 80. The hall is used by a variety of local groups. The Angle Action Community Forum, Angle Community Council, Church Council, Craft Group and the local primary school for PE classes and concerts. There are regular coffee mornings, committee meetings and fund-raising events. Computing classes are sometimes available. Please enquire for details.
Registered Charity No:1097924
Charges: Locals: Meetings £6; Fundraising Events £20; Children's parties £10; Public meetings £25; External Hire: £50 per day; [half day, weekly or other events negotiable); Elections £150.
Contact Pat Briley 01646 641479 for more information or bookings
Kitchen, central heating, stage with curtains, stackable furniture, piano, display boards, toilets.
Wifi Broadband connection. Audio-visual facility (with hearing loop) available for films, music, powerpoint presentations.
Small meetings room available.
Garden with seating.
Disabled access; disabled toilet.
The village hall is found opposite the church at the east end of the village. Limited parking directly outside the hall but freely available close by.