Village Hall & Playing Fields

  Newland Road NN6 9PZ

 

 

The Village Hall on Newland Road was opened in 1991 to provide a purpose built social facility for the village, along with the extensive playing fields. They are the venue for a variety of inside and outside events.

   
  Annual General Meeting 4th May at 7.30pm

 

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The grant applications will be made shortly so please complete the questionnaire as soon as possible, the more returned – the better our chance of success. Thank you.

 

The facilities include a fully modernised kitchen, seating and tables for about 100 people and sports changing rooms. The hall is regularly used by a wide variety of groups and clubs for social, sports, meetings and functions; these include the Walgrave Cinema Club, Yoga, Short Mat Bowls, Tang Soo Do, Badminton, Mums and Tots and various fitness classes. The village hall is also hired out for numerous social functions, village fundraising, parties, meetings etc., whilst the playing fields are used by football and cricket clubs, as well as Walgrave Primary School for their sports events.

 

The Village Hall and Playing Field Committee organise fundraising events to continually expand the facilities for the benefit of the community.

To enquire about or to make a booking, please contact Ruby Cole on 01604 781834 or walgravevhbooking@gmail.com

For general enquiries and further information about the Village Hall and Playing Fields, and with your feedback and ideas, please email villagehall@walgrave-village.co.uk

     
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current rates with effect 1 January 2016 for hiring the Village Hall are here 

Casual Hire form and agreement with effect 1 January 2016 is  here

   
  Biffa Award awarded the Walgrave Village Hall & Playing Field Association the magnificent sum of £50,000 for new play equipment. Ruby Cole, the Bookings Secretary and Grant Applicant says: “We have been so lucky to have been awarded this grant from Biffa Award. The whole village community have the opportunity to benefit from the much needed and long awaited play areas”. Please click here for the full story.