The Stewart Village Hall is embedded in the history of our Village.  It started life in 1870 as the Village School and village publications tell the story of those halcyon days when classes were held in what is now the main hall and of legendary teachers that are still remembered fondly today. An old abacus on the wall of the main hall bears the legend, "Manners makyth man" and is a lovely reminder of the hall's original role.

There have been many changes since the Hall opened in 1976, it is maintained and run as a charitable trust to support and maintain this historic building on behalf of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell villagers, community groups, local businesses and all hall users, and to remain at the heart of our Village.

If you would like any information, to hire the Hall or support it in any way then please use our Contact Us page, we look forward to hearing from you.