From September 2017 through to August 2018 as part of the Heritage Project Activities we asked a question once a month about the local community.
Why not try your hand at answering the questions below?
What were your earliest memories of attending an event at the Parish Hall? When? What was the event? What do you remember about the event? What do you remember about the Hall?
When to did the utilities of mains water, main electricity and telephone first come to East Worlington?
The barn was sold by the Church to the community as a Parish Hall in 1920.
Who was the Rector of East Worlington at the time?
Records show that the Home Guard hired the Hall during the Second World War.
Does anyone have any information about the Home Guard in the area?
Do you have any photographs of East Worlington Parish Hall over the last 100 years that you are willing to share to develop our visual archive of its history?
How many royal events have been celebrated since 1920, e.g coronations, monarch birthdays?
There is no conclusive evidence as to whether the barn was a Tithe Barn or a Threshing Barn. It was probably used for both purposes.
What is the difference between a Tithe Barn and a Threshing Barn?
List all the ‘celebration’ events that you can that took place at the Parish Hall over the last 100 years.