The heart of Great Livermere Village contains the War Memorial near the Village Sign and a 12th Century Medieval Church, St. Peters. Walking around the Village, you will find the Village Hall, the newly equipped large playing field, the Old Forge Corner with its re-commissioned old pump and the 'Book Exchange' in the old Telephone Box.
Situated amongst the trees with a little grassed green surrounding it, is the splendid War Memorial with a pedestal of portland stone surmounted by a marble cross.
The Village Church is a thatched church dedicated to St. Peter and contains a chancel, nave and tower. It is well worth visiting for its beutiful design and friendly services.
It is situated on the fringe of the park and from the Western side a splendid view of green and gold colours can be observed in the Summer whilst the shimmering water of the Mere makes a refreshing picture.
The church is opne every day and Holy Communion is celebrtaed on the 1st and 3rd sundays of the month at 9.30am.
The Blackbourne Team looks after a cluster of 8 parishes with 1 church buildings.
The Reverend Tony Redman is the local priest and lives in the village.
The village hall is locatd on Troston Road almost as you leave the village. It is avaialable for hire at very reasonable rates.
The Village Hall Management Committee looks after the hall and it hosts regular well attended activities such as Bowls Social Evenings, Quiz Nights, Coffee Mornings and the Gentlemen's Breakfast Club.
All acitivites are advertised on the large notice board at the centre of the village.
For hall bookings and enquiries please ring 07733 255524.