Helliﬁeld Village Hall is run by the Helliﬁeld Institute, a charitable non proﬁt making organisation and registered charity (Reg No. 223353) administered by a Board of Trustees.
The current Trustees are:
Andrew Crabtree (Chairman)
Richard Brown (Treasurer)
Please feel free to contact any of the trustees if you have any enquiries about the Village Hall, or get in touch with us via our Contact Form.
The Chairman's Annual Report for 2019 may be viewed HERE.
To enquire about making a booking please contact us:
via our Contact Form
telephone our Booking Secretary: Mrs Sheila Swinbank 01729 850458
Friday 17 May 2019 - Library Theatre Touring Company presents: My Brilliant Divorce by Geraldine Aron
After a break of a couple of years, the Library Theatre is returning to Hellifield Village Hall to present a brilliantly observed play, where middle-aged Angela attempts to find a new life when her husband Max leaves her for a younger woman. Using a wonderful mixture of comedy and pathos, she recounts her journey back to happiness!
This is taking place on Friday 18 May at 8.00 pm. Doors will open at 7.15 pm. and this will be a 'bring your own' nibbles and refreshments event. Tickets are £8.00 obtainable from Karen Dunwoodie on Tel: 01729 851070 or by using the event booking form below.
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. If anyone wishes to offer sponsorship, a full barrel is £60 and a half barrel £30. Contact the Committee via the website https://hellifield-beer-fest.wixsite.com/hellifield-bf or Facebook @hellifieldbeerfestival. Watch this space for more information.
Coffee Mornings are held on most Saturday mornings from 10am to 11.30am, 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. 184 - Paul Watson
2nd Prize £10 - No. 182 - Ray Spencer
3rd Prize £5 - No. 98 - Elizabeth Towers