The Oldham Hall is a Victorian building which was the original village school, named after its founder James Oldham, whose descendants still live in the area.
The Oldham Hall was completely modernised and refurbished in 2009 after the roof caught fire the previous year. The spacious, bright and airy hall is a catalyst for bringing the local community together: parents socialise over a coffee, community events, music events, yoga classes, take place here.
It is located in the centre of Great Missenden, only a 10 minute walk from the railway station. Ample free parking nearby at weekends is available.
Oldham Hall, 71 The Square, Great Missenden, HP16 0BA
Great Missenden railway station is located on Chiltern Railways Line from London Marylebone to Aylesbury.
A regular daytime service runs every 30 minutes from London Marylebone and north from Aylesbury Vale Parkway, with additional services at peak times.
Off peak day return ticket costs around £12.80 on Sundays.
The train journey is approximately 45 minutes.
The A413 runs through Great Missenden. From the M25 at Gerrards Cross catch the A413 or from M40 branch out at Beaconsfield (exit 2), take A355 towards Amersham to join into the A413. GPS signal works all the way to destination.
On Sundays, there is ample free parking in The Square, just outside the venue.