Salt Bin

A salt bin (and salt), is located behind the Village Hall. The salt is intended for the pavements in the village. Public spirited villagers can access this supply to help keep areas clear of ice during the winter.


A defibrillator is located at the front of the Village Hall, and a second unit is located on side of the Sports pavilion at the recreation ground.


Stoke Row Village Hall is situated in the centre of Stoke Row which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is directly opposite the famous Maharajas Well  and Cherry Orchard which attracts many visitors each year.

The site on which our village hall stands was bequeathed to the residents of Stoke Row in 1914, and the donor required the villagers to construct a suitable building for all, stating:

“a room for the purpose of any recreation which the Trustees in their discretion may think desirable”

The Indenture

Hence it was used by local soldiers returning from the 1st World War to enable them to have a meeting place in the local community.

A charming village hall with original beams and wooden floor, it is ideal for parties, weddings, wakes, activities, clubs and markets.

Please see our webite for more information

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The Stoke Row Chapel is open to Christians of all denominations. It lies at the corner of the crossroads that link Stoke Row to Henley and Reading, and was built in 1815.

Our family services are held at 10.30 am each Sunday morning and Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. We aim to be reverent but at the same time warm and welcoming. We have a choir, a pipe organ and lovely flowers brighten the scene. Refreshments are served after worship.

We also have a Junior Church, a Wednesday (social) Club and a Post-Alpha Bible Study House Group.

    • Mark Taylor, Minister
    • 01491 680793
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Stoke Row CE Primary School is a small, friendly church school where a caring and lively environment is promoted through Christian Values. We are rated “Good” by Ofsted.

We create a caring and fun community where everyone develops a love of learning and achieves their full potential. We provide our children with the highest quality of education based around our core principles: kindness, respect, perseverance, excellence and achievement. We strive to ensure that every child feels confident to have a go because effort and progress are highly valued. We cherish the uniqueness of our school by keeping the needs of the children at the heart of any future developments.

We have dedicated, enthusiastic and energetic teachers and experienced support staff who have high expectations of all pupils and are passionate about enabling them to succeed.

We welcome visitors to our schools, so please do come and see us in action.

Visit our website for more information 

Home Library Service

In September 2016, OCC launched a county-wide campaign for Home Library Service volunteers. This successful campaign has led to 150 volunteer applications so far, and the campaign was shortlisted for a public sector communications award. Home Library Service volunteers choose and deliver books to those who are unable to get to a library.

More information about the scheme, including details of what volunteering involves and interviews with those who benefit from the service, can be found at:


News Letter

The Library Service has also recently launched a bi-monthly newsletter sent to 6000 library service users. It contains the latest libraries news, events, book recommendations, volunteering opportunities and more, including information about Zinio (free electronic magazines), eBooks, People’s Network (free public access to computers) and Wi-Fi in Libraries. Sign up at:


Nearest Library - Henley Library

Our nearest physical Library is based in Henley-on-Thames, and offers a range of services and features.

  • Ravenscroft Road,
    RG9 2DH.
  • 01865 815278
  • 0845 1202811 (24-hours renewal - PIN required)
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Services and features



  • Large print books
  • Disabled parking
  • Ramped access
  • Push-pad operated door
  • Disabled toilet


Opening Hours

DayOpening Times
Monday 9am - 8pm
Tuesday 9am - 5.30pm
Wednesday 9am - 1pm
Thursday 9am - 5.30pm
Friday 9am - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 4.30pm
Sunday Closed
  • Out of hours returns available - except for Christmas, New Year and Easter.


What's On

Oxfordshire County Council have an extensive events calendar on their website, and Henley Library can found here

Some current highlights include:

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