The Village Hall

Ince Blundell Village Hall lies in the centre of the village at 1 Victoria Road. The Village Hall is a registered charity, and its aims are to maintain the hall for the benefit and use of individuals living in the locality.

Other than one off grants, the hall is self-funding, surviving on incomes gained from hiring out the hall for functions. In 2010 the hall has been partly renovated internally, as a result of grants obtained from Sefton Council and FAC. Renovations continue and there is a three year plan to revamp the whole of the interior.

Current uses include line dancing classes, bingo, indoor bowls, archery and private functions. A licensed bar can also be booked when hiring the hall for a function. It is also used for community meetings, such as police surgeries and the parish council. Car-boot sales are held on the Second Sunday morning of each month.

In the grounds of the hall we have a children’s play area with a seating area so there is somewhere for parents and older children to sit and chat.