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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Binbrook Reading Room
The Reading Room is a registered charity and started life as the meeting place of the Foresters Friendly Society in the 19th century and has since been extended and has had many uses serving as a reading room, men’s/boys club, lecture room for the WEA, WI, cubs and scouts et. The room has recently undergone a programme of refurbishment and offers disabled entrance and toilet facilities and a small kitchen area .The building is used as a meeting place for GardenClub, Art Group, Yoga, Springs Church Group and charity fund raising events and is available to hire for private functions. It is an ideal room for small functions.
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Carlton Scroop & Normanton-on-Cliffe Village Hall
Used during WW2 for events involving many from local airfields, our local hall has changed forms from tin hut to large brick building, and is now used for many local groups covering all ages and many interests. A large hall in a small community, we are also fortunate to attract users from slightly further afield which means we are reasonably well used, in normal times.
Carrington Village Hall
Set in a rural location having served the community for nearly 60 years, we are to celebate our Diamond Anniversary in style hopefully in August. At the heart of community, we usually run coffee mornings, archery, dancing, bird sales, auctions and are adjoined by a playing field run by our local football team
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The Village hall is located in the centre of the village - this stone built property was originally built as the coach for the now demolished Holy Cross House. During the war it was requisitioned by the Army as a billet for soldiers and also accommodated a NAAFI store. It became the Village Hall in 1951. It is used by many village organisations, Brownies, Badminton Club, Yoga classes, Keep-fit classes, Pilates classes, Children’s Musical Theatre, Craft Club and the Parish Council. Once a month it hosts a Sunday Village Breakfast which is very well attended and has become a great social event.
Digby War Memorial Hall
We were built in the 1960s and are coming to the end of an extensive refurbishment to ensure that the hall can serve the community for another 50 years.
Fillingham Village Hall
We are a small rural village and our village hall is at the centre of all our community events. Our village hall started it’s life as the village school c1850, before becoming the village hall in the 1960’s. It is a listed building with ogee headed windows along one side.
Garthorpe & Fockerby Village Hall
Our village hall really is the hub of the village, especially now we’ve lost our Post Office, Shop & Pub. The hall has been extensively modernised featuring underfloor heating , double glazing, Acoustic ceiling, Modern toilets & kitchen. We offer a wide range of classes for all ages ranging from bowls, yoga, floristry, cooking & history talks Even hosting a pop up eatery every week. It’s a lovely room to hold parties for all occasions & make those precious memories. Our hall helps us connect with other neighbouring villages as well as our own. It’s the heart of the village that helps bring people together.
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Goxhill Memorial Hall and Recreation Grounds
Originally built 96 years ago as a memorial to the men of the village who fell in the First World War, this building has been at the heart of village life and recreation ever since. It is served by a lively group of volunteers, who put on Craft Fairs, Village Shows, Photographic Competitions, Auctions, Dances, Musical performances. The Hall also provides for other local organisers to offer children’s and adults activities such as Parents and Toddlers, Tai Chi, Pilates, Yoga, Short Mat Bowls, Martial Arts and dog training. With so much local support the future of this veritable old lady is lovingly assured.
Helpringham Memorial Hall
Built in 1956 the Memorial Hall serves as a focal point for the village and surrounding area. Many clubs and societies meet there and a variety of events are put on to encourage community engagement. It serves to ease loneliness and encourage inclusion of all in our rural community. This important work will continue in 2021 when we shall relaunch all aspects of our activities from exercise classes to lunch club and festivities.
Ingham and Cammeringham village hall
We are currently only open for the local PreSchool but we are really looking forward to being able to open again really soon and being able to offer some exciting events like we were before
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Lea Village Hall
Lea Village Hall Lincolnshire is a 1938 Women’s Institute Hall, managed as a charity by a Trustee Management Committee. The hall offers lots of activities run by regular user groups, and is also available for private hire. We always looking for new members, who live locally, to join us on our Trustee Committee.
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Marton and Gate Burton Parish/Village Hall
98 years ago a dwelling with outbuildings and land was donated to the residents of Marton and of Gate Burton for the purpose of being a village hall. Many parties, harvest suppers, quizes, dances, wedding receptions, caravan meets and summer fayres (to name just a few!) have been enjoyed by many over these years and continue to do so. Regular activities include a Grub Club, art and craft groups, bowls, dog training, karate, yoga, toddler group... Many longterm friendships have been made and continue to be made through attending these events. The playing field provides extensive space for all ages and dogs to let off steam, along with the play park for younger ones. ACRE’s support with ever changing regulations and leglislation have been invaluable to us and we look forward to many more years of support - keeping us on track via our membership with Community Lincs. The future: to be able to continue providing a good quality premises for use of our community and hirer. Happy 100th
Metheringham Village Hall
Our Village Hall is proud to be at the heart of our community. The management committee have worked tirelessly to ensure the future of the hall, so villagers for generations to come have a place to join together and celebrate our wonderful village and those that live there.
Ramsden Village Hall, Old Bolingbroke
Our village hall has been at the heart of community events since 1956. Quiz nights, plant sales, craft fairs, afternoon tea, lunch club and tea dances along with keep fit, Pilates, band practice and quilters sewing group are all regular events. The hall is available for birthday parties, christening, funerals and corporate events. Over the next twelve months the hall will be undergoing a refurbishment and development programme.
Rauceby Village Hall
Here for the community, in the sun and the snow
Ropsley Hall
Look forward to sharing experiences
Saracen’s Head village hall
Saracen’s Head village hall was formerly the village school, built in 1871. It closed as a school in 1975, later becoming the village hall. Along with so many other community buildings of its kind, it has remained closed since March 2020, but we're looking forward with hope and enthusiasm to reopening, and making full use again of our lovely community space.
Sibsey Village Hall
A large spacious village hall that is usually open to lots of organisations, party's within the community and charity functions to help local people. Local groups that bring the community together. The committee members hope that we can build the interest again with local people to attend functions to keep the hall running
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Skendleby Old School
Built in 1842, Skendleby Old School is in the centre of the village. It became the village hall after the school closed in 1969. The local playgroup and social and fundraising events are held there. Harvest suppers, choir practices and concerts, PCC and Parish meetings, coffee mornings and many other entertainments are all held there plus local and national elections. While our church was being re-roofed, services took place in the Old School. While the playgroup is still able to continue , we look forward to all being able to meet again , as a community , in the heart of our village.
South Willingham Parish Hall
On August 28th 1922 a public meeting was held to make arrangements for the management of the Hall and “its proper carrying on”. In the early days they held what were called “long night dances” which took place between 8pm to 1am. And in fact on Dec 31st 1926 the dance was from 8pm until 2am! These days we are much more sedate with themed social nights, coffee mornings, an art group, history group, dance group, film night and the perennial harvest supper.
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Stickfrod Community Centre
Stickford Community Centre, the old village school, serves a small local population and is used as a meeting place for village groups. We hold monthly coffee mornings and many fund raising events are held here. It is the social hub of Stickford. The Community Centre is closed at present due to the pandemic but we have used the time without user groups productively. All cupboards have been cleared out and our garage, used as a storage area has also been sorted out. We are looking forward to re-opening as soon as possible.
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Swallow & Cuxwold Village Hall
At the moment, due to Covid, maintaining the Hall so that it can thrive and be a focal point for the community once we can open up normally. Used the outside space just before Christmas for the local children to welcome Santa (Thanks to Caistor Lions) and for the Grown ups to drink enjoy mulled wine and mince pies.
Swayfield Village Hall
We cannot wait for our fabulous village hall to reopen for the huge range of community activities that take place here. Garden club, art club, yoga, carpet bowls, karate, handbell ringing, coffee mornings, summer cream teas, Christmas community parties plus a packed programme of rural touring music and theatre events - the hall is the vibrant hub of our small village of 140 houses. During the pandemic closure, the hall has continued as a monthly collection point for Bourne food bank and the generosity of donations from villagers has been overwhelming. The photograph shows the collection outside the village hall on 30th January 2020. Like the thousands of village hall volunteers around the country, we look forward to safer times when we can all meet again in our wonderful community space.
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Tattershall Village Hall
Established as a wooden shed in 1954 and now greatly improved and extended,the two rooms host some 18 regular activities, Monday through Thursday. Friday through Sunday are reserved for individual’s functions, such as Wedding receptions and fundraisers, although Caravan rallies are permitted during 13 weekends. Hire charges are able to be kept low because of the high usage and the Committee members organise some well supported annual fundraisers which provides funds for any major work.
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Tetney Village Hall
Our village hall is in Lincolnshire. We have a large playing field attached to the hall which over recent years we have added playground equipment to, the open spaces are always popular with dog walkers and currently people use the playing field to meet up for socially distanced exercise. During normal times we are well attended by community groups, including The Women’s Institute, Brownies, Rainbows, dance classes, dog training and martial arts. We have been closed throughout the pandemic however have taken this opportunity to refurbish the hall. We are looking forward to welcoming the local community back soon.
Trusthorpe Village Hall
Looking forward, not backwards
Welton Village Hall
Welton Village Hall has its origins in a campaign by young people during the second world war for somewhere to dance in their village rather than having to cycle elsewhere. A committee was formed and, after the war ended, took over a nissen hut from RAF Dunholme Lodge, whose administrative office was in the village. A local farmer gifted the land and a new building was completed in 1960, since when there have been a couple of extensions and modifications. While the uses of the hall have changed over the years it remains a focal point and a venue for a range of voluntary groups as well as an annual pantomime, a pre-school and a number of sport and leisure activities.
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