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Subsequently it fell into disrepair and was uninhabited until 1890. In that year a meeting was held to form the Working Mens Club in 1893 and the building was virtually rebuilt with the old foundations remaining as a guide.  It started as a Reading Room, then a skittle alley became an integral part of the social activity, as well as the provision of a bar.  Music and music making was a critical part of the character and social activity of the Club and women were involved from an early stage . In the 1970s the building was improved, and then again in the mid 1990s when it was  re-planned. Opened   first with the Working Mens Club in 2003, then the Village Hall in 2006 the revitalised building, significantly and sympathetically improved , is what we have today – a wonderful facility in a wonderful village.

A little bit of history - These historic buildings are an enduring part of Pilton. They are on a site of what was reported to be a guest house, commissioned by Adam de Sodbury who was Abbot of Glastonbury from 1322-35.  The building went through a series of uses after the dissolution of Glastonbury Abbey and was home for up to ten families in the early 1800s.

Contact - 01749 899557 / 890162

or e-mail piltonvh@gmail.com

Building Opening times (bar may vary)

REAL COFFEE at the Pilton Working Men's Club.


With a new top of the range Italian coffee machine installed, we are set for hot drinks to warm ourselves, with a selection of delicious options including Espresso £1.60 Americano £1.75 Cappuccino and Latte £2.25.


Loose leaf Tea £1.60. Hot chocolate £1.80, with marshmallows £2.10. Enjoy our sensational coffee and teas

Pilton Working Mens Club and Village Hall is operated by Pilton Working Mens Club Ltd under license from the Pilton Village Trust, a charity, with Trustees elected from the local community.

Should you need to contact the Club or Village Hall for any reason whatsoever e-mail piltonvh@gmail.com or Telephone 01749 899557 / 890162 and speak to the Manager of the Limited Company, Pete Cheetham

Pilton Working Mens Club and Village Hall

Fully licensed  bar with pleasant lounge and sitting areas, Free WiFi,  Juke Box ,  Big Screen Television


Good value and range of drinks, discount loyalty card, Full size Snooker Table, two Darts Boards, a Skittle Alley & Pool Tables


Entertainment - feature nights, regular Saturday Night Live Music, Triathlon , Games Teams (make it your venue)


Facilities hire and meeting rooms for social and business events – have your party or meeting here