Ridgewell Coronation Village Hall was erected by public subscription to mark HM Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation in 1953. It was extended and upgraded to mark the Millennium and a project to further extend and refurbish the hall is in progress. The hall serves as the focal point for many clubs and activities.
It has a well-equipped kitchen, toilets (ladies, gentlemen, disabled, junior), baby changing facilities and a changing room. Outside there is a playing field, hardstanding with basketball net, small football goals and a range of play equipment. Four new pieces of equipment (a zip wire, giant climbing frame, pirate ship and swings) were installed in October 2016. In 2018, four more piece of equipment (nature trail, merry-go-round, springer, and baby swings) were installed. Work is in progress to install a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA), subject to grant funding being available.
The hall has its own car park with space for 15-20 cars.
The hall is a registered charity (No. 301384) and is run by the Village Hall Management Committee under the terms of its trust deed.