Allerford and Selworthy Community Hall is set in the picturesque Exmoor village of Allerford, well known for its ancient Packhorse Bridge and beautiful river and countryside.

Allerford is easily accessible from the A39, only one and a half miles from Porlock and four miles from Minehead. It is within easy reach of the local churches, B&Bs and hotels and has plenty of parking space on site.

The well kept field, with wonderful views of hills and woods, makes an ideal setting for events, wedding receptions and parties and provides plenty of space for marquees and barbecues. There is also a playground for younger children and the field itself for use when the weather is good.

The Playing Field has two Football Pitches and an All-Weather Cricket Pitch. It has won several Highly Commended Awards from Somerset Playing Fields Association and is a Registered Member of Sport England. It is also the local venue for the annual ESF Youth Festival of Football.

The Hall hosts the Vale Cinema which shows films on the last Friday of each month. Bookings can be made online via the Vale Cinema website.

Where to find us

Allerford is located off the A39, about 10 minutes drive from Minehead.
By car: Follow the A39 from Minehead and turn off right at Cross Lane House. Follow the road through the village. You will find the hall at the end of the village on the left. There is a big, free car park behind the gates.

By bus: You can get to Allerford by bus No10 and the Exmoor Coaster. Both buses will stop outside Allerford House on the corner of the A39. While the Exmoor Coaster is part of Somerset’s First Bus network and accepts cards, you will need cash for the No.10.

Hare Park, Allerford, TA24 8HL    
Registered Charity no: 304624

We are always looking for support – if you have a couple of hours to spare, please volunteer. You can also help us with donating some money, using the hall and attending our events.