Chatton Village Hall

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Coffee Morning

Saturday 11th February

Coffee Mornings in Chatton Village Hall will be back to full strength in 2023 with dates through out the year.
So please come along for coffee, cake, bacon butties, raffle and great conversation….


Murder Mystery

Speaker Nights

The 2022/2023 season of speaker nights continues at Chatton Village Hall. All talks are free of charge and refreshments will be available from 7pm with the talks beginning at 7.30 pm

Thursday 26th January - Ross Thompson
Life as an RAF pilot

Ross flew RAF transport aircraft for 13 years worldwide, including operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Mali. He has now retired from the RAF and taken up a more sedate career in British Airways but has many tales to tell.

Thursday 23rd February - Martin Lucas

will talk about blood-sucking beasts and creepy cousins. All you ever wanted to know about lampreys and were afraid to ask!

Thursday 30th March - Kezz Stone

and friends talking about life off the grid, art and drawing, working in the community and hunting. All in the local area.

Thursday 27th April - Joe Kaines-Lang

who will speak about the Berwick Barracks and the Living Barracks Project.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE Please contact Helen Brewin or Gill Rollings if you have any suggestions or ideas for speakers or subjects for future talks. Or indeed you would like to give a talk on a topic dear to you. They would love to hear from you.


??? Quiz Night ???

The next quiz night will be held on Thursday 16th March at 7:00pm
All Welcome - bring your own refreshments


Gym Users

Following the recent lifting of Government Covid restrictions, roof repairs and the relocation of the gym equipment, the Village Hall will shortly advise all gym members of future arrangements. In the meantime we still advise on mask wearing and social distancing where possible.

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Chatton's Village Hall

The Village Hall was originally the school for the village until it's closure in 2008. The Committee and trustees took over the building as a community resource in 2010.

The logo represents the 5,000 year old neolithic 'Cup & Ring' markings that can be found nearby on Chatton Bank.

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