Poulton Village Hall

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What’s on in April and May

YOGA by Becky Barry |  Mondays, Village Hall, 9am

PILATES by Jodie Bensley-Jones |  Tuesdays, Village Hall, 9.30am

PAINTING GROUP  |  Wednesdays, Village Hall, 10am – 12 noon – Suitable for beginners and improvers. £15 to include materials (until a chosen medium is selected).  Runs throughout the year.  Contact Lorraine on loribarker@hotmail.co.uk

ONE AND NINES FILM CLUB  |  Tuesday 2nd April, Village Hall – 7.30pm for 8.00pm start

BOOKS & BICCIES  |  Saturday 6th April, Village Hall – 1000-1200 noon

POULTON COMMUNITY SHOP AGM |  Monday 8th April, Village Hall –  7.00pm – Its decision time for Poulton Village Shop.  As always the shop team is eager to hear your views and ideas and there will be opportunities to do this at the AGM or you can contact the team on poultonhub2018@gmail.com

POULTON WI  |  Tuesday 9th April, Village Hall – 7.30 pm (The People of Bletchley Park by Bob Skelt)

ONE AND NINES FILM CLUB  |  Tuesday 16th April, Village Hall – 7.30 pm for 8.00pm start

COMMUNITY OF PRAYER FOR MISSION  |  Tuesday 30th April at 6.00 pm at Poulton Village Church

ELECTIONS OF PARISH AND DISTRICT COUNCILLORS | Thursday, 2nd May 2019.  Please see attached documents listing those standing for election in Poulton Parish Council and in The Ampneys & Hampton Ward.

BOOKS & BICCIES  |  Saturday 4th May April, Village Hall – 1000-1200 noon

ONE AND NINES FILM CLUB  |  Tuesday 7th May, Village Hall – 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm start

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING |  Monday, 13th May, Village Hall – 7.00 pm –

POULTON WI |  Tuesday 14th May, Village Hall – 7.30 pm (Entertaining Poetry by Peter Wyton).   All welcome!  Visiting WI members £3, Non-WI members £5 (including refreshments).  Enquiries:  Elinor 01285 851218.  Peter Wyton is a widely published and prize-winning poet who has appeared at venues as diverse as Glastonbury Festival and Cheltenham Literature Festival.

POULTON VILAGE WALK |  Tuesday 21st May – 9.30 am – meet at the Village Shop

ONE AND NINES FILM CLUB  |  Tuesday 21st May, Village Hall – 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm start

Further Ahead

POULTON VILLAGE FETE |  Saturday 1st September, Englands – 12.30pm start

If you would like your event added to this list please contact us at editors@poultonvillage.co.uk

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FACILITIES

The hall has a capacity for 80 people seated or 100 standing, with a stage and screen at one end. It is equipped with full sound, vision and broadband. A ‘Green Room’ for the use of actors is directly accessible from the stage. A modern oil-fired central heating system, roof insulation and double-glazing ensure that you will be comfortable whatever the weather.

The Hall has alcohol, film, performing rights, live and recorded music licences. There is a serving hatch between the main hall and the kitchen area for use as a bar.

There are 10 large and 10 medium sized tables, and 50 upholstered seats. There are a further 40 plastic seats; children’s tables and chairs are also available.

There is a well-equipped kitchen with a cooker, a large dishwasher, a fridge and microwave, and instant hot water for tea and coffee (no need to boil the kettle). It has enough cutlery and crockery to cater for fifty people at a single sitting.

The hall has limited parking space (only 2 or 3 cars) to the rear of the building, but there is space to park in the street alongside. Adjacent to the building is a large Recreation Ground, which has a full range of children’s playground equipment.

HIRING THE VILLAGE HALL

HIRE CHARGES

£7.00 (£8.00)* per hour for Poulton residents and £10.00 (£11.00)* per hour for non- residents
*Note: An extra £1 per hour heating fee is added between October and April

There is a flat charge of £10.00 for the use of the audio visual equipment.

Tables, plastic chairs, crockery and glasses can be hired out to Poultonites for events away from the village hall, so do please ask for rates.

Note: The hirer is fully responsible for any minor breakages and these should be reported to the bookings secretary. Any significant damage to the buildings or contents should also be reported; the hirer is liable for the first £100 of each and every insurance claim.