Already a ﬁrm favourite with many local organisations and indoor sports groups, the light and airy double glazed Hall is the heartbeat of the community.
The Hall features a sprung wooden floor, black—out curtains, small lighting rig for stage presentations, a large double entrance door (from the foyer) and emergency exit at the far end of the building. The Hall is linked to the well-equipped kitchen by a serving hatch with closing door as required. There is capacity for 80 people with tables and 100 people with chairs only.
The Hall already hosts such diverse groups as Badminton, Table Tennis, Indoor Bowls, Horticultural Societies, WI, Mothers Union, and Keep Fit sessions.
View images of the Main Hall HERE.
This is a smaller meeting/activity room, which has been refurbished to allow hiring for more family and individual options such as private meetings, family anniversary and celebrations and children's birthday parties. There is capacity for 25 people with tables and chairs and 35 people with chairs only.
It has separate access from the main foyer and also bookable with use of the modern kitchen facilities.
View images of the Yorke Room HERE.
The Kitchen is ﬁnished to a high standard and offers a full range of crockery, pots, pans and glasses. In addition there is an electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, electric kettles, a wall mounted water heater and microwave. There is ample workspace and it is connected to the main hall via a serving hatch. Use of the kitchen can be tailored to booking requirements.
View images of the Kitchen HERE.
The toilet facilities (including disabled access) for men and women are available from the reception foyer area on ﬂat level access from both the front door and also both Main Hall and the Yorke Room.
The building also features a number of facilities including staging, chairs, tables, sound system, Wifi, electronic projector screen, and full central heating throughout. There is a double door reception foyer, which serves both main rooms, the kitchen and toilets. The foyer area also doubles as a food serving area if needed.
The following are available as part of the standard hire package (dependent on which room):
To enquire about making a booking please contact us:
via our Contact Form
telephone our Booking Secretary: Mrs Sheila Swinbank 01729 850458
Bram Taylor - Friday 22 March 2019
The next event at the Village Hall is a return by popular demand of Bram Taylor. Bram's genre is folk music and he has a fine rich voice, but with an entertaining sense of humour. He performs a selection of both traditional and contemporary material on guitar, duet concertina and baritone ukulele. This is taking place on Friday 22 March at 8.00 pm. Doors will open at 7.30 pm. This will be a 'bring your own' nibbles and refreshments' event. Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of March and will be £8.00. However, you can reserve a ticket by contacting Karen Dunwoodie on Tel: 01729 851070 or by using the event booking form below.
History of Art and Architecture Lecture - 29 March 2019
Jenny Birch is returning once more to continue her series of lectures. Her next one will take place on Friday 29th March 2019 commencing at 7.00 pm in the Yorke Room titled 'A tale of two Germanys" covering interwar modernism followed by artistic repression under the Nazis. Tickets are £3.00 on the door and there is a free glass of wine/juice. For more information, contact Jenny on Tel: 850385 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hellifield Beer Festival - 14th and 15th June 2019
The 7th Hellifield Beer Festival will be held on 14th and 15th June 2019, showcasing over 45 beers and ciders. Watch this space for more information.
Coffee Mornings are held on most Saturday mornings from 10am to 11.30am, usually helping to raise funds for local charitable causes. Contact Sheila Swinbank on 01729 850458 if you wish to book a coffee morning during 2019. There are not many slots left. The next planned coffee mornings are being run as follows:
Latest 200 Club results
1st Prize £25 - No. 123 - Keith Gowdy
2nd Prize £10 - No. 99 - Jim Woodward-Nutt
3rd Prize £5 - No. 27 - Jim Pope