What’s on

COVID 19 RESPONSE

The Government has given clear instructions that all non-essential contact with others should be avoided in order to limit the spread of the Coronavirus epidemic. The Village Hall Committee have therefore decided the Village Hall should close with immediate effect and take no further bookings until we have been advised that it is safe to do so. This action is being taken in line with advice and to protect those working and volunteering at the hall as well as our visitors.

There’s always a lot happening in the hall and the village. From regular coffee mornings and lunch clubs, to fetes and fairs, yoga classes and arts activities for adults and children alike, there’s something for everyone all year round.

The events below are what’s currently on at the hall and this is updated regularly.

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Regular events timetable

Please click on the events below to find out more details.

Upcoming events

Please click on the events below to find out more details.

‘A Way Home’ play
Friday 12th June 7pm
Touring the North East in June 2020. ‘This house isn’t unfit for habitation. We’re inhabiting it. It’s been habitated for 100 years!’ 1951 saw a third of County Durham’s villages classified as ‘D’. They were no longer deemed worthy of investment and were expected to die quietly. But they wouldn’t. A Way Home is a... more
Clara Talk: ‘Eat, Sleep, Row, Repeat’ – Claire Hughes
Tuesday 7th July 7.30pm - 9pm
When Claire hit 30 in 2010, far from settling down and considering herself approaching middle age, she discovered a new lease of life and re-engaged with her love of the great outdoors and adventurous travel. This has led to a passion for water based and, in true British style, sitting down sports. She started rowing... more