Quatt Village Hall
20 A442,, WV15 6QW, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Info about Quatt Village Hall
Quatt is an ancient village situated in beautiful South Shropshire countryside on the A442 road from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth.
Even though Quatt is only a small village it is steeped in history. For instance, the name Quatt is thought to have originally come from two sources. Firstly from the Celtic word for wood, 'Coed', and also from a Saxon word for farm, 'Tun'.
These words were conjoined into 'Coed-ton', which means 'Village in the Wood'. The village name gets a mention in Doomsday; it is entered as Quatone. Over the years this was shortened to the name we have today, Quatt.
The village is full of interesting and historical buildings, from St Andrews Church to the Dower House.
There are places to visit like Quatt Village Hall and activities to take part in, from the local Cricket Club to Bell Ringing.
The population of Quatt is rightly proud of their charming village.