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Village Hall Art Gallery

The Village Hall is decorated with many beautiful wall paintings by the artist Brian Tite, depicting historical scenes and people from the village's history. This gallery also depicts other artifacts decorating the Village Hall including a spade used by Prince Charles to plant the Woodville Oak near the Hermitage in 2000.

Grafton Regis is a small, but historically significant village in South Northamptonshire, England. Elizabeth Woodville (The White Queen) married Edward IV at the Hermitage and it was once home to one of King Henry VIII's grand palaces which he frequented regularly throughout his reign. Today it is less regal, but still bears the marks of its rich history....

Contacts:

Village Hall:

villagehall@grafton-regis.co.uk

Church Warden:

churchwarden@grafton-regis.co.uk

07528 607389

About Grafton Regis

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