Oxnam Village Hall is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, owned by and run for the benefit of the Oxnam community. The village is around 4 miles from Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders, but the community extends another 7 miles beyond that to the border with England, and most of the people live in the numerous farming hamlets scattered across the area. 

The Oxnam Water winds its way down the Oxnam valley from its source in the rolling Cheviot hills, and passes the Hall and the village on its way to meet up with the River Teviot.   This is the Oxnam Water Community Council area, and is home to the people we are here to serve.  

The Village Hall is host to a wide range of community activities run by local groups, which bring everyone together.  We also take bookings for private functions, children's birthday parties and funeral teas; we are the Polling Station for the community and an Emergency Centre if bad weather strikes.

The Trustees of the Village Hall are all volunteers, and happy to roll up their sleeves to keep the Hall looking its best, as well as managing the property and making sure it is governed properly as a Scottish Charity.  We also organise a number of fundraising events throughout the year, such as Quiz Nights, Suppers, and this summer a repeat of our popular Scarecrow Festival.  Check out the Facebook page for more information on events.

Please get in touch if you would like to hire the Hall, we aim to cover all our costs through hiring out the premises, and try to keep the charges as low as possible, especially for those who live in our community.  See our Hall Hire page for details.