Image of Temple Island and the rowing course
Image of Temple Island and the rowing course
Remenham Parish
Remenham Parish

Parish Hall - Welcome

Remenham Parish Hall was given to the parishioners of Remenham by Viscount Hambleden in 1913.  It is a traditional brick and flint building situated in a quiet cul-de-sac behind the Church and within 100 metres of the River and the Royal Regatta reach.  There is disabled access to the hall and all its facilities. We have Wi-fi.

The hall is set in a large walled garden with parking facilities and is the perfect setting for weddings, children’s parties up to age 12, meetings, classes, shows, lunches, suppers, family gatherings, etc.



Remenham Village Defribrillator

Our village defibrillator is fixed on the front wall of the Parish Hall Store facing the lane.  The instructions on the casing are to phone 999, ask for Ambulance, tell them where you are as detailed on bottom right hand side of the defibrillator, i.e. “Remenham Parish Hall, RG9 3DD”and they will give a code to open the box.  Lift out the defibrillator if needed to take elsewhere.  The Ambulance people will talk through the instructions until help arrives.

News from the Parish Hall – March 2022      

Following the disruption caused over the last two years by the Covid-19 pandemic, things have now settled down and bookings for the Parish Hall are now coming in fast.  We have recently confirmed numerous hirings for children’s parties which take place in the large secure walled garden, often with bouncy castles (both inside the building as well as outside).  We have many family get togethers travelling from far and wide to meet for the whole day in the garden at Remenham Parish Hall to enjoy this beautiful area, just a few minutes walk from the River Thames. In addition, we have anniversary celebrations, yoga retreat days, dog training sessions (which have been held by the same trainer for many years) and the Henley Arts and Crafts Guild hold classes/workshops.


The Remenham Thespians are taking to the stage to perform “Game Over” on 31 March and 1st and 2nd April in the hall.


 The Women’s Institute meetings are held monthly in the hall.


Parish Council Meetings take place monthly, the Summer Fete is held at the beginning of September, there are occasional Quiz Nights, Talks, and a meal celebrating Harvest Festival. This year, of course, there are special events being organised to celebrate H.M. The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee , including a Village Tea Party in the hall garden on Sunday, 5 June.


Midsomer Murders have used Remenham Parish Hall on several occasions as well as other film companies.


The Parish Hall Committee are always looking out for new ideas for events and would welcome suggestions to


The Parish Hall Committee

The Chairman is Jeremy Tayler, Rector of the Joint Diocese of St Mary’s, Henley, and St Nicholas,  Remenham.  Members:  Nigel Gray (Treasurer), Felicity  Rutland (Secretary), Janette Brown,  Charlotte Every, Peter Grace, Allan Henderson, Sue Laing, Jacky Ronald, Pat Sly and Lena de Wesselow.  

River Webcam

Church Services


Sunday 14 August

11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) with hymns

Sunday 21 August

11.15am sung Matins (BCP) with hymns

Sunday 28 August

11.15am Holy Communion (BCP) with hymns

Rectory Office – 01491 577340


We continue to hold a service every Sunday at 11.15am (details above).  The church is open daily from 9.30am to 4.00pm for private prayer.  

Cleaning protocols etc are in place in church.   

Rubbish & Recycling

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Total for  2021

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