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Little Shelford Memorial Hall

The village hall in Little Shelford is an ideal venue for all sorts of events – parties for children and adults, exercise classes and events. The facilities comprise

 

  • Main hall that holds up to 160 people

 

  • Meeting / Snooker room with full sized table

 

  • Fully equipped kitchen

 

The main hall has a sprung floor making it great for dancing and exercise classes.  The floor has a badminton court marked out with posts and net available.

 

There is a large stage and film screen along with an audio system and WiFi.  The hall hosts film evenings on a regular basis. The hall has both a PRS license and a PPL license.

 

There is a fully equipped kitchen. The hall is wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet.

 

Facilities

  • Main Hall with sprung floor (8.5m x 16.5m)

  • Meeting / Snooker room (8.6m by 5.8m)

  • Stage

  • Entrance hall

  • Kitchen

  • Ladies and Gents Toilets

  • Accessible Toilet

  • Wheelchair Access

  • Broadband Internet / Wi-Fi.

Equipment

  • Piano

  • Bluetooth audio system

  • Projection Screen

  • Projector and Bluray player (by arrangement)

  • Urn

  • Fridge

  • Kettle

  • Cooker and Hob

  • Microwave

  • Cutlery

  • Crockery.

 

160 Adult chairs

12 Adult tables

25 Child chairs

9 Small tables.

 

 

 Click the calendar icon below to see current bookings:

 

 

                                    Main Hall                                             Meeting/snooker room

 

 

 

 

 

Enquiries and bookings can be made through Sarah Haigh on 01223 846296 or email booking.lsmh@gmail.com 

 

There is a discounted rate for Little Shelford residents and regular users.  Click here to download a booking form.

 

Hire rates:

 

Main hall

General use

£22.00 per hour

 

Social badminton

£12 per hour

 

Badminton and short tennis clubs

£24.00 per session

 

Meeting / Snooker room

 

Meetings

£17.50 per hour 

 

Snooker

£16.50 per session

 

Other use

£17.50 per hour

 

Whole hall

 

Arrangements are in place for the hire of the entire building.

 

Current regular activities are:

 

All Saints Tots

Wednesday 9.30 - 11.30am (term time)

 

Badminton club

All levels welcome contact James Newman  james@jamesnewman.org  or come along

Thursday evening 7:30 pm

 

Body Blast - contact Sarah Beaumont Tel: 07986 340878

Monday 9.30 - 10.30am

 

Pilates – contact Frances Rennie – mail to frances.pilates@gmail.com or info@believepilates.co.ukTuesday 9.30am

 

Pilates - Advance booking required - mail to enquiries@physiopilates.org.uk

Tuesday & Wednesday 6 - 9.15pm

 

Yoga - contact Michelle Mackay michelle@honourourbody.co.uk

Friday 9.30 – 10.30am

 

The hall hosts regular film and social fundraising events.

 

Robin Fox is the chairman of the hall management committee.

Wale Recreation Ground

The Wale Recreation Ground on Whittlesford Road includes a children’s play area and riverside walk.

 

The riverside walk is accessed by a footpath, suitable for both able bodied and disabled, down to and along the River Cam and back to the recreation ground. This footpath passes over a low-level wooden boardwalk over the end of the historic ice pond and proceeds down to a wooden viewpoint by the river. A hedge and wetland plants have been planted.

The path was created by the Little Shelford Wildlife Group with the help of funds from Awards for All, South Cambs District Council, Shell Better Britain and the Environment Agency.

The recreation ground is home to the Little Shelford Bowls Club. Janet Healey from the club can be contacted on 01223 872385. The club meets between May and September. Club afternoons are on Saturdays at 2.30pm.

 

The Little Shelford Cricket Club plays on the recreation ground. They can be contacted via email:   chrisschofield@littleshelfordcc.com.

 

Their clubhouse is the former village hall building. The Little Shelford Feast is held on the recreation ground, usually in the first week-end in September.

 

The recreation ground is owned and maintained by Little Shelford Parish Council.

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