Tucked away at the bottom of Hut Lane, and with a wonderful view over acres of unspoilt land, the Village Hall is the main communal meeting place for the village. It is a regular venue for societies as diverse as the Bowls Club, the Variety Club, the Horticultural Society etc.
The building is also the venue for more serious events such as regular meetings of the Parish Council and other committees. Village organisations use the hall for their AGM’s and the annual Village Assembly also meets here every Spring. The Hall can be hired at very competitive rates for private functions.
Registered Charity No. 305236
Activity Address Village Hall, Hut Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex. TN22 4HJ
Contact Address Village Hall, Hut Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex. TN22 4HJ
Web Site URL https://www.hadlowdownvillagehall.org/
Parking for Hall users is permitted around the perimeter of the building. Please make full use of the rear of the Hall by double-parking if your party is leaving at one time. Or using the rear for the organisers of the event, who will be the last to leave. Parking is permitted in the adjacent lanes, but please ensure cars are parked sensibly, not obstructing any neighbouring driveways and that there is sufficient access for emergency vehicles. The Hire Agreement you will have signed does ask you to appoint a person to be responsible for parking. It will be helpful to our very patient neighbours and not spoil the enjoyment of your own guests if they are called out to move their vehicles.
You will find meters in the lobby for the electric sockets and heating, these take £1 coins. The lighting is not on a meter so will not switch off. If for any reason, the power trips. The trip switches are above the front door and a master switch can be found in the top left hand corner of the meter cupboards.
The Hadlow Down community has a long established reputation for friendliness and geniality. Although there are always opportunities to be involved in different ways with various village projects and activities a current opportunity is available to join the group of great people who believe that being a real ‘villager’ is more than just having an address in the area and want to be a part of the village proper by just giving a small amount of time each week to be involved in the reputation.
The TN22 Club is a charitable organisation providing meals and entertainment for older members of the community on Wednesdays in the Village Hall. An able-bodied person (or persons) is needed to help set out the chairs and tables which usually takes less than one hour in the mornings at 8.30 am. and to put them away again at 2pm or 4pm (alternating weeks) that takes about 30 minutes.
It’s a great way of meeting others who give something to the village of which they are part. Just turn up at 8.30 am on a Wednesday to get involved
A Table Top Sale will be held as part of the ongoing fundraising efforts for the New Village Hall.
Please come along to the
Village Hall on Sunday 3rd July, 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
to join in the fun, free entry to all! And you might just unearth a treasure!
Refreshments will be served throughout.
Join our Village Lottery for a chance to win a cash prize at our next draw which will be held at this event.
If you would like to secure a Table to sell from please contact Janet email@example.com tables will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
All residents of Hadlow Down are warmly invited to join the Village Societies at their Annual General Meeting this Friday 25th February. The meeting will be held in The Village Hall, on Hut Lane, at 7.30pm.
The Chairs of each Association will give their Annual Report and present their accounts. In addition the societies will also appoint their officers for the coming year. We will also be joined by a representative from St.Mark’s Church who will be giving an update on behalf of the Rector.
You will hear about all the current initiatives and have a chance to ask questions. Refreshments will be served and plus there is ample time to chat with various members of our Village societies as well as other residents.
Perhaps you have moved to Hadlow Down recently or would like to be more involved in what happens in the Village? Do come along you will be warmly welcomed.
The Spring Market is back ! This will be our first Spring Market event since 2019! Do join us if you can in the Village Hall on Saturday 19th March between 10.30 am and 2.00 pm. Tea Coffee and cakes will be served all morning, we look forward to seeing you.
Stalls will include Cards, Gifts, Preserves, Locally Produced Meat and Plants.
The Spring Draw for the Village Lottery will also take place. If you would like to buy lottery tickets and or would like more information please contact Janet Tourell firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Village Hall Committee are delighted to announce that “Race Night” will be going ahead on Saturday April 2nd at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. We do hope that you will join us for a really fun event, including a curry* and a chance to bet on the races. Tables will be made of eight at £15 per head. You can either buy a whole table or individual tickets. This event is being held to raise funds for our new Village Hall, there are lots of ways you can support us –
Sponsor a race for £50 and name the race!
Become a race horse owner, only £5 per horse. There will be prizes on the night for the winning owners.
Bets will cost £1 per horse, prize money will be shared equally between the winners and the HDCC
Tickets are £15 per head and include a bowl of *curry and rice
There will be a licensed bar
For more details, to buy tickets and or to pledge your support please contact Bob on 830857 email@example.com
*vegetarian/vegan option available, please pre-order with your ticket
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Friday afternoon/evening (Hadlow Down Village hall)
16.00 to 19.30
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