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Community Buildings

There are two Community Buildings in Atcham.

The Village Hall and the Bowling Club.

The village hall was originally built as a malthouse for Lord Berwick in the mid 17th century and donated by Lord Berwick in the early 1920's, apparently in a poor state of repair to the parish to be converted into a memorial hall to commemorate the men of Atcham who fell in the Great War. It was officially opened on 31st December 1925.

 

 

In the 30s & 40s it held regular Friday & Saturday dances, and in the 2nd World War it was the place to go not only for the locals but for the Americans stationed at the Atcham airfield and the nurses from the then Berrington hospital!!!  

 

Today it is regularly used by different dance clubs as its u.s.p is a sprung wooden floor installed in the early 60s

 

  

 

Interior of The Old Malthouse Interior of The Old Malthouse
Atcham Parish Council Community Buildings
Exterior of The Old Malthouse Exterior of The Old Malthouse