Shepherd’s Bush Village Hall

Community Centre, existing between 1898 and now

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Shepherd’s Bush Village Hall is a Victorian building on Wood Lane.


Shepherd’s Bush Village Hall was originally constructed as a drill hall for the 1st City of London Volunteer Artillery. It is now a community centre.

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham sold it to Wigoder Family Foundation in 2012. Among the charities which continue to use it is the West London School of Dance.

Shepherd’s Bush Village Hall falls within the Shepherd’s Bush Conservation Area.

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