Grayswood village

Grayswood offers not only a church, but a local school, village green and cricket pitch, hall, club and, of course, a pub …

The Village Hall on Grayswood Green

The Village Hall plays a central role in the life of the thriving village of Grayswood. The hall is a bright, airy and modern venue with great flexibility, and is available for hire all year round. There are two function rooms available: the main hall for larger groups, events and activities and a smaller function room for business meetings, smaller groups and events. The hall can be booked for wedding receptions. Visit the website to find out more: Grayswood Village Hall

The Village Club

The Village Club is situated at the centre of the village and is the hub of many village activities. It is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday from 8 pm with traditional pub games including pool, darts and table tennis. Social and charity events are held throughout the year, mainly on Saturdays, and have included barbecues, visiting bands and themed music nights. The Club can also be booked for parties and family celebrations and by local clubs/individuals for regular daytime use. Current regular events include a book club held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, a Gardening Club on the first Thursday and a quiz night on the last Thursday and Coffee and Chat on the 2nd Wednesday from 10.30 am.   For further information email: awheeler100@gmail.com or call 07808 474147 or visit the website Grayswood Club

Grayswood CE Primary School – Inspire, Discover, Learn

“At Grayswood Primary, we greatly value our Christian distinctiveness. We are in the very special position of having All Saints Church, Grayswood as an integral part of our school community. The Rev. Fi Gwynn visits us regularly to lead assemblies and our pupils and staff visit the church through out the year to attend services and celebrate key festivals in the Christian Calendar. All Saints Church is only a brief walk across the village green and is visible from the school. Our pupils support their learning by visiting the church as part of the school’s RE and Art curriculum.” To learn more about the school please visit the website:  Grayswood CE Primary School

The Wheatsheaf

A church, a school, a pub – the ingredients for any English village. The Wheatsheaf Inn is our local pub/restaurant/B&B – run by Ken and Diane Martin.
Indoors there is a traditional bar area, relaxed seating area, restaurant tables in the conservatory and patio seating in the rear garden. You’re bound to find a reason to visit for lunch or dinner. Wheelchair accessible. Dogs welcome. Open 7 days a week. To find out more or to book a table, visit the website: The Wheatsheaf