Former Methodist Chapel, built in l884 and used until 1979, when it was bought for its present purpose by St Leonard's Church.
The weekly Country Market is held here on every Thursday morning of the year except in January.
A steady stream of fund-raising projects by Eynsham Enterprises includes launch of the Eynsham Cookbook in 2010 and a delightful children's visitor guide / colouring book, Bella and Joe Explore Eynsham, in 2011.
|15/06/2009 Church Hall Renewal Option3|
|01/02/2009 St Leonard's Church Buildings News1|
'Over the last 25 years the Hall has been used for all sorts of community activities, but everyone agrees it has seen better days. It should be a place which is pleasant, useful, well looked after and a good advert for the Church. We are planning a quick fix, spending a limited amount of money to make it presentable - for up to three years or so - until we can achieve the big vision.'
Ian Duffield tackled the railings at an early session in 2007. Activities and events continue - check the Diary for dates.
If you can help, please contact Caroline Cayzer (01865 882194) or Claire Page (464307), email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Powerhouse team and other volunteers started painting on a very wet Saturday in February 2007 and you can already see the difference.
The photo shows Clare Hogan taking over. Also helping, but not pictured, were Carole McAree and daughters Rachel and Rebecca, Roy Wastie, Bill Middleton and Jenny and Geoff Hogan.
The fund-raising Bring and Buy in March 2007 attracted a happy crowd ...
and objects of desire at pocket money prices.
Caroline finds it almost impossible to throw any living plant away - but draws a line here ...
Taking the large and potentially very useful garden under control. Ed O’Keefe (L) and ...
Len Cirel stands back as Robin Saunders picks up the strimmer.
Other garden helpers included Justin Byworth and Maureen and Bill McCreadie.
Morey Andrews works on ‘slash and burn’ first, before tackling anything fancy!
By June 2008 the garden was open for business.
Fund-raising continues - do get in touch if you can help.