Weedon Old Schoolroom was built by Henry Cazenove of Lilies in 1873 and designed by George Devey, the architect of Lilies and several Rothschild houses. It was gifted to the village in 1877.
It was extensively restored in 2002 with the generous aid of the National Lottery Heritage and Community Funds, Aylesbury Vale District Council and Weedon villagers.
Weedon Old Schoolroom is the ideal location for daytime or evening educational and exercise classes, parties, wedding receptions, theatre and film presentations, playgroups etc etc.
It now boasts the superb facilities of a fully fitted kitchen, disabled access and toilet facilities, central heating throughout, modern tables and chairs, 9 square metres of portable staging, hearing loop and full audio-visual installation (amplifier, loudspeakers, projector and cinema-size screen).
The upstairs small committee room is very competitively priced and ideal for round-table meetings of up to 12 people.