Kempley Village Hall

Kempley Village Hall is managed by Kempley Village Hall Trust. The current committee chair is Katie Osmond.

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Kempley is renowned for wild daffodils with two sites of special scientific interest. There is a large variety of other flora and fauna in the area including snowdrops, wood anenomes, bluebells, cowslips and orchids. Badgers, foxes and deer can be seen in the adjacent Queen’s Wood, which is managed by the Forestry Commission, and through which there are numerous footpaths. The Daffodil Way also passes through Kempley and is very popular for walkers in the spring. Further details of walks and footpaths can be found at the Kempley Tardis website.

Kempley has two churches of historical importance:

St Mary’s Church contains wall paintings and frescoes from the 12th and 13th centuries and the roof timbers have been dated as the oldest in Northern Europe. St Mary’s is under the care of English Heritage and managed on their behalf by The Friends of Kempley Churches.

St Edward’s Church built in 1903, is a monument to the Arts and Crafts Movement. It was designed by Randall Wells and built by local craftsmen and is an important building in the architectural history of this country.

The Friends of Kempley Churches have recently completed the Heritage Lottery funded TARDIS project on the social and religious history of Kempley. This can be found at

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