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La Grange, Illinois Village Hall

In the United States, a village hall is the seat of government for villages. It functions much as a city hall does within cities.

More widely, a village hall may also be a building within a village which is owned by and run for the local community. It is typically used for many functions such as parish council meetings, bowls club headquarters, community theater, dance venue, jumble sales and more besides. Village halls typically have charitable status.[1] They are sometimes called the village institute rather than village hall.

Welsh: Neuadd (pronounced Niath) is used in Welsh-speaking parts of Wales, as in Neuadd Dyfi, the village hall in Aberdyfi.[2]

See also

Bedhampton Social Hall, United Kingdom

Film history

Village Hall was a British television series.


  1. ^ Use of Church Halls for Village Hall and Other Charitable Purposes, Charity Commission, United Kingdom, July 2001.
  2. ^ "Neuadd Dyfi" (in English). Retrieved 2 November 2009.  


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