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Kelsale Village Hall is a lovely Grade II Listed building with a Social Club, Committee Room and large Hall.

The free village Car Park is

opposite the Committee Room entrance and both the Hall itself and the Committee Room are available for private hire at very reasonable rates. There are Clubs and Classes held in the building every week offering crafts, fitness and hobbies for all ages. The Post Office is open in the Committee Room every Wednesday morning from 8.30 till noon for most postal and banking needs. Coffee, tea and biscuits are served from 10 till 11 on Wednesday and Friday mornings

To find out more about hiring or joining a or try ringing one of the Committee Members whose names and numbers are on the website.

Current clubs: Melody Makers (singing group); Craft Group (mainly textile work); UK Fellowship (Church Group); Art Group (all media); Messy Church (for children and their families); Carpet Bowls; Afternoon Club (Social group for Over 50’s every other Tuesday).

Current classes: Pilates; Fitness Training

(various options); after a short break, Yoga may be offered again in the New Year.

The Social Club has a members’ bar; Darts Teams; Disco Nights; Music Nights and has a monthly Singaround (Squit Night) on the first Thursday of the month – details on the door of the entrance to the Club.


We cover all aspects of Landscaping, Groundworks and Civils Including: • Commercial/domestic driveways and patio’s • Dropped kerbs • Sewer connections • New build properties and extensions • Commercial/Domestic footings • Commercial road surfacing And much more…

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and attention to every detail.

To get a free quotation for your up coming project please contact Toby on 07931098303 or


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