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Alton Maltings
The original Alton Maltings building dates from circa 1850 and served the local brewing community The Maltings building was left unused and unmaintained, leaving it to fall into a state of disrepair which meant that towards the end of the last century the survival of the building was at great risk. In 1995 the site was bought by Harvest Church who obtained specialist building consent - specialist because the Maltings remained a grade II listed building because of the beams used. These beams were originally used in the Man of War naval ships of the 17th century! Alton Maltings Community Interest Company provides 7 recently refurbished rooms for hire. Its serviced facilities are used by our local community, local and national businesses, the public sector, plus private parties and remain the home of Harvest Church.
Alverstoke Parish Centre
A welcoming village hall with so many activities to suit all age ranges. Cann’t wait to get back to the fun and laughter and companionship once covid is over!
Bedhampton Community Centre
It’s a shock to the system to having gone from a full, thriving, exciting centre to being nearly completely shut down, but we’re coming into 2021 positively! We’re still open for our local Lunchbank to prepare, cook and deliver hot meals to people in our local community, and we’re excited to hit the ground running with community projects, classes and activities as soon as we’re allowed! Our aim for 2021 is to get planning permission to have an extension built onto the front of the building, so we’ll be doing some massive fundraising as soon as that’s agreed. We love our community, and we miss them. We usually have over 1000 people through our doors each week, which for a small village just off of Havant is brilliant, and we can’t wait to have everyone back again.
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Broughton Village Hall
Originally opened in 1928 as a tribute to fallen Villagers in WW1, in 2019 the Hall was extended and fully refurbished. Today it offers a variety of rooms to host gatherings from a few to 120 persons. With a new commercial standard kitchen, high speed Wi-Fi and excellent audio visual systems throughout, the Hall also includes a beautiful garden area and ample parking. The Broughton Community Shop is also housed within the Hall’s building helping Broughton Village Hall to become the centre of this vibrant Village. It hosts local art, sports and exercise groups as well as exhibitions, parties, film nights, live music events and much more!
Colden Common Community Centre
Our hall is currently only open for a local pre-school and a before & after school club, so we are helping facilitate these services for the local community. We are trying to stay in touch with our followers and supporters using regular posts on social media and using our mailing lists. We are also passing on any information from other sources outside of the village, that we think may help or be of interest to people. For the future, we are hoping to be able to offer opportunities for people to get together again when circumstances allow, such as drop in afternoons for tea/coffee/chat, small sporting activities e.g. table tennis sessions, and inviting feedback from the community on what else they would like to be able to access.
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Denmead War Memorial Hall
Denmead War Memorial Hall was built in 1920 by public subscription to honour the local people killed and wounded in the First World War. The hall is a busy hub for local community groups, activities, education and events. Sadly due to the pandemic our only users at the moment are the local pre-school but we hope we are able to welcome our other users back soon. We had planned a big 100 year celebration in Summer 2020 with a centenary community picnic and parade unfortunately the plans have had to be put on hold due to Covid 19.
Dummer Village Hall
Originally, all meetings (Parish Council, Church Council, School Governors) meetings took place in Dummer Junior School. A wooden building, known as the Reading Rooms, was built a short distance away, probably in the Edwardian era. In 1974 both the School and the Reading Rooms (which had served as a central hub for the village since the 1940’s) were pulled down and the “new” Village Hall was built on the same land as the Reading Rooms. It has had two small extensions to the side, put there in the late 80’s, early 90’s. It has been the epicentre of the village for many years, encompassing activity classes (yoga, pilates etc) Pre-schools, Badminton, Social Groups, Talks, Parties, cinema evenings, travelling theatre and various bands and groups. It is well used and very often fully booked.
Ellisfield Memorial Hall
Central to Village life. Tea, Coffee & Cake every Wed morning, Christmas Fair, Pantomime, Yoga
Eversley Village Hall
Eversley Village hall was originally built back in 1959, the land was donated to the community.Eversley Village Hall was built by the generosity of a resident and gifted to the community for the sole purpose of providing a site for recreational use within our Village. Many community groups access the village hall including the WI, Parish Council, pilates , dance classes and host social events for the community. We are very lucky to have a local amenity like this right in the centre of our village We look forward to opening up again and welcoming our residents and groups back.
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Froyle Village Hall
Please have a look at our website. You’ll find lots of detail, plenty of pictures and news of what we have been up to.
Kingsclere Village Club
The Kingsclere Village Club is run entirely by volunteers, managed by a Board of Trustees who are responsible for decision making and the day to day running of the building. The Club was originally built as workers cottages in the mid-1700s with significant alterations to the frontage in 1832. It was donated to the villagers by the Holding family in 1921, so this year we celebrate our centenary. Maintaining the fabric of the historic building, a significant part of the Kingsclere Conservation Area, and maximising its use for the benefit of the Kingsclere community are the focus of the Board's work. As well as the original building, we have a modern hall, patio and garden. We are currently updating the facilities through the provision of WiFi, improving the heating system and developing the garden. The Club holds a variety of classes, has a dedicated therapy room and is home to several local clubs and associations. We also hold our own events such as talks and live theatre. There are rooms of different sizes available for private hire, including kitchen facilities. In addition, there is a Police Office, the Parish Council Office and the Community Library (which is run by a separate group of dedicated volunteers). Though much of our normal activity is on hold in the current circumstances, we are continuing to serve the people of Kingsclere by offering remote classes and events.
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Lychpit Community Hall
The Lychpit Community Hall is a Grade II listed building in what used to be called Little Basing. Originally Lychpit Hall was the North Barn. This fabulous historic building has the most wonderful wooden framed ceiling, deep brick walls with the original vertical vents now glassed to provide daylight. The spacious hall is kept warm using under floor heating and the vaulted ceiling is complimented by individually adjustable lighting. The entire hall has lovely wooden flooring (suitable for yoga and pilates classes, and of course dancing!).
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Milford on Sea Community Centre
Milford on Sea Community Centre provides a focal point for all ages with activities aimed to enhance the lives of those residing in the local area. Our plans for 2021 are to return, as soon as it is safe to do so, to the wide-ranging activities we have spent the last 10 years creating and developing. The Centre sponsors and supports the Seahorses playgroup and its own Youth Club, plus some activities for its more vulnerable groups - for example, the Alzheimers Society, the Stroke Survivors Group and a monthly Sunday Lunch Club aimed at local people who live on their own. There are also many exercise and dance classes, for all ages and abilities. The Community Centre reached its 10th Anniversary in September 2020 and continues to be in great demand. Many local and national charities and interest groups use the Centre to meet and are also welcome to hold events to reach their fundraising goals. Regular events run by the Centre include movies, live screenings, Folk Club, Jazz/Swing evenings, Blues Nights, Comedy Nights, poetry and play-reading groups, and live entertainment, often in cabaret style with supper included. The success of the Centre has been thanks to the dedication of a huge number of volunteers who provide vital support to the running of the Centre. They help run the bar and the box office and help in the kitchen, the café and the Charity Shop and, most importantly, they guarantee a warm welcome to all.
Milton Village Hall
Once the local library which I attended as a child, it became a community centre in the late 80’s. It is now a thriving, popular hub for the area. Can’t wait for it to reopen to welcome all our friends & neighbours back! P.S. Huge thanks to ACRE for fantastic support during these difficult times!
Oakhanger Village Hall
Oakhanger Village Hall is a pretty, traditional village hall located in an attractive spot on the village green. Run by a volunteer committee of villagers, the bright and airy hall was recently extended and renovated to include a break-out space and spacious, modern kitchen. The hall is a wonderful asset to Oakhanger’s active village community, and there are events held in it throughout the year. Check out our website!
Pamber Heath War Memorial Hall
The memorial hall is a very well used hall run for the benefit of the local community. It is the base for the preschool along with the many clubs which include bowls, pilates, ballroom dancing, taeKwondo, children's and adults fitness, dog training and a craft group. The local U3A group use it for their wine appreciation, poker and photography clubs. It is hired at weekends for children's parties, games club, running club, christenings and weddings.
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Privett Village Hall
Privett Village Hall has been an important part of village life since its original opening in March 1964. It is a charity run by a Village Hall Committee. The original building was renovated and extended in 2013/14 but maintains its rural appearance and setting. The hall has been the term-time home of the Privett Montessori Nursery since 1988. The Village Hall Committee organises events throughout the year as well as renting the hall to groups, clubs and individuals for their own events. Please look at our website for more information including how to book the Hall
Sandleheath Village Hall
We are conducting a comprehensive refurbishment programme to convert a redundant, dilapidated, century-old, Arts and Crafts-style church building into a splendid, contemporary village hall in Sandleheath. Once complete (during mid-2021) we will offer a well-designed, well-equipped space for a wide variety of public and private activities and events in our village, where a community hub is much needed. The advent of our very own village hall will transform our rural village lives.
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Stroud Village Hall
After 12 years without a village hall in Stroud we are now the very proud owners of a beautiful purpose built hall. We cannot wait to welcome our community and work together to build a thriving village hub we can all enjoy and be proud of.
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The Fieldgate Centre
The Meon Hall, Meonstoke
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Wickham Community Centre
When Covid and restrictions hit, we closed our building, and the surrounding community showed its true colours and supported each other like never before. Although we stayed shut to most activities, we did open up for blood donation and became a mobile covid testing site. We spent the time we were shut making the building covid secure in preparation for opening in the summer. It’s been such a turbulent time and we miss all our regular visitors and can’t wait to welcome everyone back when it’s safe to do so. In the meantime we’ve got funding for not only a community fridge, but also a community pantry - the projects will help our community to both tackle food waste, and support people who may be struggling. We are going into 2021 with positive ideas and plans to continue making the centre sustainable and ready for anything!
Woodgreen Village Hall
The hall opened in 1931 and the interior walls in the main room are covered in murals depicting village life in Woodgreen at that time. The hall is regularly used by the community for exercise classes,the horticultural society and WI. Then there is an annual steam rally, horticultural show and various community shop events along with wedding receptions and other social events. Sadly as with all halls we were pretty much closed in 2020 so we hope that 2021 will be a better year and allow events to resume. The murals mean the hall attract a lot of interest as it is such a spectacular settings for celebrations.
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