What's happening at your village hall or community venue?

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Village Halls Week – 20th-26th January 2020 – celebrates the tireless work that volunteers and trustees undertake throughout the year. Read more here.  Here’s an alphabetical flavour of what you can find happening at your local village or community hall. If you know of something we’ve not listed at your hall and that people might be interested in, let us know! Email [email protected]  

• A – Aerobics, art classes, auctions 
• B – Badminton, Brownies, ballet, boules
• C – Coffee mornings, cinema, craft fayres, choirs, chess clubs
• D – Dance classes, discos, dementia groups, drama clubs
• E – Evening classes (adult education), elections, embroidery
• F – Fish and Chip clubs, fundraising events, family history groups, farmers’ markets
• G – Gardening clubs, GP Surgeries, Good Neighbour Schemes, Guides
• H – Hapkido, hot desking, HITT Classes
• I – Internet clubs and computer classes
• J – Judo, Ju Jitsu, jumble sales
• K – Karate, Kickboxing, Knit and natter
• L – Life drawing, Leg Bums and Tums sessions, line dancing, language classes
• M – Mums and Toddlers groups, meet ups
• N – Netball, nurseries
• O – Ornithology clubs
• P – Puppy obedience classes, parish council Meetings, Pilates, playgroups
• Q – Quiz nights, Qui gong
• R – Race nights, Rainbows, Rangers
• S – Social clubs, self-help / support groups, spinners and weavers
• T – Tai Chi, Trustee meetings, Table tennis
• U – Ukulele classes
• V – Valentines Discos
• W – WI meetings, whist drives, weight loss, weddings
• X – Xing Yi Quan, Xmas dinners
• Y – Yoga, youth clubs
• Z - Zumba