Chatton Village Hall

Friends of Chatton Village Hall

The Chatton Village Hall Trustees recently circulated a questionnaire to garner the views of people living in Tillside Parish on how the Hall should be used. The results of the 60 questionairres received provided excellent information on how much the Hall is valued, and areas where it could be improved.

Improving the kitchen and toilets was strongly supported, as well as improving energy efficiency (lighting, heating and insulation) along with accessibility.

We are delighted that the installation of the Playground is now complete and this wonderful asset is available for the locals and their guests to use. Also, the first phase of the kitchen refurbishment has been completed.

Funding for such projects is largely provided through grants and generous support of local benefactors, but a degree of self-funding is also required. Our gym and hall rental currently provide the bulk of our regular income, but we need to do more to develop additional funding streams to fund further development.

The survey suggested that people would be prepared to support the Village Hall through a regular donation scheme so we are launching:

Friends of Chatton Village Hall.

If you could support the ongoing management and improvement of the Hall by making regular contributions, please click the button below and become a Friend of Chatton Village Hall. Donations may be Gift Aided meaning we are able to claim an extra 25% from the Government for each contribution in this way.

The Trustees would like to thank everyone who supports Chatton Village Hall, either as a volunteer, gym member, or hirer of the Hall, attendee of events, or as a Friend of Chatton Village Hall. With your support, Chatton Village Hall will continue to provide a wonderful asset to the residents of Chatton and the wider Tillside Parish.

On behalf of the Trustees of Chatton Village Hall

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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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