Tarset Village Hall is located at Lanehead, a small hamlet at the southern end of Tarset near the junction of the roads to Greenhaugh, Bellingham, Falstone and Donkleywood.
The hall is held in Trust for the Community and its day-to-day running is organised by a management committee. The hall is funded through hall charges, hall fundraising events, running the bar, the 100 club (the draw takes place at the coffee morning each month) and grants. It is also the location of a community garden (the hall liaised with the community to create the garden) and an emergency defibrillator, which is maintained for the community by Tarset & Greystead Parish Council.
The village hall is a central part of the community and is currently used by the following groups and events:
There are also many events, parties, talks, meetings and celebrations organised from time-to-time at the village hall.
Photograph: Opening of the community garden, by Mrs.Mary Fawcett, who generously donated the land in Summer 2010