Kilve Village Hall offers a wealth of entertainment to locals and visitors alike, as well as being a desirable 'venue for hire' in it's own right. This classic Victorian building boasts a main hall with stage, an additional annex 'The Denovan Room', kitchen, lavatories and free car parking facilities.
Information about forthcoming events can be found on the Village Events page.
Recent entertainment at the hall has included Take Art productions of Hunting the Giant’s Daughter by Adverse Camber and Yer Tiz by Nick White, a ‘Swing into Spring’ Dance with music by The Night Owls and an Art and Craft Exhibition by local residents.
Regular activities at the village hall include: Film Night, Coffee Morning (plus 100 Club Draw), Craft Club, Quantock Sugarcraft, Short Mat Bowls, Pilates, Kids, Cake and Coffee, W.I.
A fundraiser for the Village Hall, this monthly draw offers a lucky punter the chance to scoop the jackpot.
The 100 club is a way of paying some of the running costs of our fantastic village hall. £2 a month gets you one number in the draw; 50% goes to the hall and 50% in prizes. There are two prizes each month, drawn on the last Saturday of each month at the Village Hall Coffee Morning.
You can join at the coffee morning, at Kilve Stores or ring Ed Heather on01278 741654(Cheques payable to ‘Kilve Village Hall’).
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Annual Reports from the Kilve Village Hall committee may be downloaded below: