Village Hall & Newsletter

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The Village Hall is to be found 100 yards up Guinea Lane on the right hand side. The Hall was built in 1927 by Lady Stanier in memory of her husband and son and it has provided a much needed social venue for the village over the last ten decades. During the last fifteen years the hall has seen continuous improvement beginning with the  winning of a Lottery grant which provided the funding to build an extension, housing a private meeting room, store room and disabled toilets and most importantly ramp access to the building for wheelchair users.In the following years the original building has been totally refurbished to provide a warm, comfortable and practical facility.The hall is available for all village functions and is the venue for the local committees. It is the polling station for any national or local elections and is available for hire for any private functions, business meetings,seminars, birthday parties etc. The kitchen is equipped with cooker, microwave water heater and kettles. For business meetings and seminars a digital projector and screen are also available. To hire the hall or tables and chairs telephone Mrs Ivy Harper on 01939 200636.

 

Regular events are planned through the year including Village Quiz nights; "Curry nights" and Bridge Club, we have an indoor bowls mat and woods and hold periodic bowls nights, we have digital film projection equipment and regular film nights in the winter. The highlight events of the year in the hall are the annual flower and produce show in August and the Christmas Fair in December.

 

Children's Play Area

Recently completed and located behind the village hall, the children's play area was officially opened in 2011 and built with funds from the play builder fund from the community council of Shropshire .

Currently the following events are in the calendar for 2014  The Village Newsletter is also published during the year by the Village Hall Committee and the latest copies are shown here.

 

Spring 2015 outside

Spring 2015 inside