About Failand Village Hall

Our History

A charity was created in May 1961, holding Assets in Trust, for the purpose of providing a Village Hall for the use of the inhabitants of the village of Failand and its neighbourhood, without discrimination, in particular for meetings, lectures, classes and other forms of recreation and leisure time occupation, with the objective of improving the conditions of life of the inhabitants.  

Summary of the Trust Deed of 15 May 1961

 

This is still our primary purpose, along with the opportunity of using the proceeds from hiring the hall and grounds for sports, social and educational events, to support, maintain and enhance our beautiful Green Belt facilities. 

 

All are welcome. 

Failand Village Hall Front

How to find us

Failand is west of Bristol, 15 minutes from the City Centre. We are close to Ashton Court, Leigh Woods, and Tyntesfield National Trust.

The postcode for SatNav is BS8 3TS

From Bristol: Follow the A370 out of Bristol, following signs for Clevedon on the B3128. Once you pass the Long Ashton Golf Club and then the Bristol City Football training ground on your left, you enter Failand, with the Hall at the far end of the village on the right, opposite the Honey & Ginger local village store.

From the M5: Exit the M5 at junction 19, follow the sign for Portbury. Follow the road round and up Portbury Lane. Once you reach the top of the hill turn left and follow Clevedon Road until you see the Failand Inn on your right. Take the next left turn into Oxhouse Lane, then you will see the Hall on your right.