Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, TR3 6PW.

About Us

Our story

Devoran Village Hall was originally constructed by the Redruth and Chasewater Railway Company as workshop to support their new steam railway.

Devoran Village Hall is a detached building at the southern edge of the centre of Devoran.

The English Heritage listing entry for the building provides the following location Grid Reference: SW7942839044.

For many years, the hall has been at the heart of the community – providing a space for local cubs and societies, parties, music, markets and community events.

In 2015 we received some much needed funding for it refurbishment. The committee have worked tirelessly to raise money and organise a facelift to the building which was in desperate need to repair. We are delighted that some of the work is now complete and we look forward to the community enjoying the space for many years to come.


Ann Cunningham 
Sue Thomas
Vice Chair
Graham Taylor
Andrew Shaw
Alice Perrett
Minutes Secretary
Ruth Taggart
Booking Secretary
Laura Dale
Invoicing secretary

Management Committee

Ann Cunningham 
Kate Williams 
Sue Thomas
Also Website Administrator
Andrew Shaw
Marilyn Stamford 
Also Spring Flower Show representative
Judy Ivall 
Sandra Walker
also Spring Flower Show representative
Kelly Blenheim-Hassett 
also Bridge representative
Phil Ruddock
Pauline Ruddock
Lorraine Cooper
Claire Sexton

User Group Representatives

Fleur Davis
Zest for Life Fitness
Zoe Crouse
Zest for Life Fitness
Ben Conroy
Claire Sexton
Carn to Cove
Steve Ivall
Gardening Club
Viv Levy
Up the Creek
Mo Robshaw
Messy Church
Anne Ramsden
Messy Church
Annie Roberts
Ann Cunningham
Devoran Acoustic Sessions and Slow and Easy
Pam Cowan
Celtic Chords
Caroline Johnson
Meet and Eat