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To mark this event an evening was held in Groeslon Village Hall.
A VILLAGE hall is opening its doors to the public - in a bid to map out its future.
The charity, part of the Acre (Action with Communities in Rural England) Network, runs a dedicated advice service for village hall management committee members.
HAVING spent the past three decades running her local village hall, Pat Sullivan's commitment has been recognised with a much-deserved honour.
With a transfer of library assets, grants from the ward committee, the generosity of Dinnington Village Hall committee and a lot of hard work from a small team of volunteers, a room in the Memorial Institute (next to the Village Hall) was renovated and converted into a library.
Tarset village hall was used by folk musician Kathryn Tickell for the cover of her 2012 album Northumbrian Voices, showing the hall against a backdrop of wild Northern countryside.
Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play will be performing on the following dates: | Friday, April 26 - Dorridge Village Hall.
Attention has now been focusing on reinventing activities in the village hall.
HELP is round the corner for a village hall thanks to a golden gift from a world-famous guitarist.
Mr Ransom also said it was unfair some people were being "both landlord and tenant, hiking up rents" in the interests of New Ferry Village Hall, the market's base, which is being transferred from Wirral Council ownership to the community.
After spending 50 years using the village hall as their home, members of the Ullenhall Players were there last night for the most dramatic reason of all.
A VILLAGE hall contaminated by anthrax remained open for months before it was tested, an inquiry heard.
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