Norton Fitzwarren Village Hall occupies the premises of the former Village Social Club, built in 1896 by Wilfred George Marshall of Norton Manor.
The Club thrived for nearly 100 years funding additions and improvements to the original building, including the sprung floor in the Marshall Room and the purpose built lounge and dance floor areas.
The Club closed in 1998, but was soon granted a new lease of life as the Village Hall. With the generous help of the Community Fund, Wyvern Waste, Somerset County Council, TDBC, the Parish Council, the Community Council and much local fundraising the Hall was refurbished to its present standards, whilst still retaining many of its original features, including the stunning timbered ceiling in The Marshall Room. The Hall offers a unique venue for a wide range of different social activities.
The Village Hall is a charity run by a Trustees Committee. It offers a range of accommodation for up to 250 people.
All areas are centrally heated, equipped with disabled access, including toilets and have the optional use of a fully functional kitchen.