Village Hall

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Sad News

It is with deep sadness that we mark the passing of Liz Cottrell, much beloved Hall Manager of Chieveley Village Hall. She lost her fight with cancer on Thursday 27th June 2019. Her family has arranged a private funeral on  to be followed by a Celebration of her Life to be held at Chieveley Village Hall at 2:30 on Wednesday 17th July. All are welcome to this event. If you plan to attend, please send a note to chieveleyvillagehall@gmail.com to help our planning numbers (notes will not be acknowledged). Savoury refreshment will be supplied, but please bring a cake.

When her illness became known, Michelle Corr stepped in to support Liz. So normal service continues to users of the Hall. If however you have particular needs or expectations, please do not rely on Liz's long and encyclopaedic memory, but relay these to Michelle who will seek to help you. The normal contact details of chieveleyvillagehall@gmail.com and 01635 248090 (ansaphone) continue

A great venue for

  • private parties
  • courses
  • clubs
  • events
  • meetings (see meeting room hire)
  • wedding receptions

Facilities 

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  • All areas of the hall are fully accessible
  • Kitchen (refurbished 2012) - ovens, hobs, serving hatch, drainers, crockery
  • Hall  
  • Tables and chairs available
  • Heating,
  • Car parking for up to 40 vehicles
  • Club room with bar
  • Toilets 
  • Gas BBQ (provide your own propane!) for hire

The Recreation Ground

The Recreation Ground in Chieveley is run by the Village Hall Committee. It provides: 

  • One football pitches
  • Artifical cricket wicket
  • Children's play area with climbing frames, swings, slides
  • Multi-User Games Area
  • Skate Park
  • Tennis courts (run by Chieveley Tennis Club)
  • Bins for use by dog-walkers
  • Tree-lined walk around ground 

Regular users

The hall provides a home for many village activities, as well as being available for rent by others.  Regular users include:

The hall and grounds are run and managed by a committee which is made up of representatives of user groups and elected people. All are volunteers and give their time freely.