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Village Hall Makeover Begins

And so the Village Hall walls came a tumbling down!



Here is Jane Green from the #NationalLottery presenting the cheque to the CCVH committee - so work to rebuild & renew our Village Hall will be starting soon!
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We’ve done it!                                   


We are pleased to announce that we have now successfully

secured all three grants from the major charity-funding bodies.

Yes!  I know, what fantastic news!  Congratulations to all the

members of the Village Hall Committee for all their hard work

(special thanks to Sue Wadham, Pat Green & Pat Moore).  Thanks to all their efforts, the rumble of bulldozers & builders will be arriving probably, mid-September!  This means that the Coffee Shop (including Yoga & Craft Club) will be temporarily relocating to HAUNTON Church Hall from MONDAY 2 SEPTEMBER – so grab a friend & come along to celebrate our new home for a few months & try a mouth-watering “Bacon Roll + a drink” for £3.50 – what a bargain! 

Or, why not try one of our speciality teas or coffees with a slice of delicious cake for just £3 (please note new price). 


However, we still need continued support whilst at Haunton, to accumulate funds to buy a self-contained Skittle Alley, new chairs and freezer etc, so you can still help & be a part of this community fundraising event.  Forms available from Village Hall Committee members, or use the link on front page of website to our ‘campaign’ form, or use the form in Mease Valley News on how to donate towards the Village Hall rebuild & get your name emblazoned on a brick for posterity!    Thank you to all our donators past & future for your generosity, we could not have achieved this momentous milestone without you.


PLEASE NOTE – Military Whist Drive is relocating to LULLINGTON Village Hall.


Now the big job of packing up & demolishing begins . . . . .









What a mammoth effort on Saturday (31 August) - well done team! Fantastic job. HUGE thanks to the Wadhams (Sue, Nigel, Roag & Andy), Helen Pugh (who took the very large Christmas tree & Medieval Banquet crockery). Plus, Pat Green, Martin & Julie Smale & not forgetting the marvellous Steve & van - we could not have done this without you!






















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