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Run by the Village Hall Committee. See notice below.
The current contact for booking details for classes, functions and meetings etc. is
Uffington Village Hall Manager
33 Main Road, Uffington PE9 4SN
Tel: 01780 239463 or email: email@example.com
The Hall is an ideal venue for family parties, meetings and classes. Please contact our bookings secretary above for further details and available dates.
Hourly room hire rates are £10.00 for residents of Uffington, £18 for non-residents. Classes rates from £12.00 per hour
For information on activities in the hall and the rest of the village please see the What’s On page or to submit material, please
Towers & Spires page
As part of the celebrations for the 100th birthday of Doff Webb, we held the 1st draw of the 175 Club on her birthday 31 January 2021. The results will appear in the March issue. There has been excellent support for the club and the UVH committee is very grateful to all who have taken a number.
When we are able to open the hall again, we will certainly invite everyone to celebrate with us. In March we plan to bring you virtual bingo sessions. I
f you have ideas of how we can help and entertain you please get in touch. Likewise if anyone fancies making new flame resistant curtains for the double doors between the foyer and main hall( an ideal lockdown project) please contact us.
In the meantime, please continue to look through your cupboards for any material suitable for the village archive it brings in a lot of pleasure and interest from residents current and past, whatever their age.
Contact Vanessa Kimberley on firstname.lastname@example.org telephone 239463 or Liz Genever on 07790 378349 or Nick Kimberley, Dean Cornish, Nessa Winters, Alison and Pat Dodsworth, Jayne Hartley, Sarah Woolf, Susannah Christou or Nick Sheehan.
The Karen Neale print of Uffington is now available as an A5 card (£3). If you need a last minute card for St Valentine’s Day (Feb 14) or Mothering Sunday (March 14th) this would be ideal. Available from V Kimberley.
The stone snake in the UVH front garden is weaving its way among the daffodils. These bulbs were planted in October by the kids doing their D of E Award – Joe, Reuben, Ruby, Kitty and Maeve. They also dismantled the Christmas tree and its stars and put up some cheerful blue lights to show support for the NHS. Thank you.