Chatton Village Hall

What's On

Why not come along to one of these activities?

CPR / AED Evening

Speaker Nights - Autumn - Spring

A series of evening talks taking place at the Village Hall. All welcome with entry only £2 per person, to include tea or coffee plus biscuits. Each talk starts at 7.00 pm

Thursday 15th February - Linda Bankier
Berwick Archivist

Sources for First World War Research in our Area, and Our Findings.

Thursday 15th March - Judith & Nick Grasse
Hetton Law Brewery

Hetton Law Brewery produces hand crafted beers using pure local spring water which gives them their distinctive character. Hear (and taste) how Judith and Nick started a micro brewery at Hetton Law and how they produce some fine ales that can be found in local pubs and shops in the area.

Thursday 19th April - Dr Ronald Campbell
Tweed Foundation Biologist

Secrets of The River Till and its tributaries.

Thursday 24th May - Jim Railton
Antiques Roadshow

Chatton’s resident auctioneer will offer his opinions on your antiques and curios. Bring along your items (from small items of furniture downwards) to be appraised and valued by Jim.

Thursday 7th December 2017 - Atay Dervish
Canapes

Our magician in the kitchen, gave a wonderful cookery demonstration, showing off his signature dishes in his own, inimitable style.
Download the recipes here

Regular Activities

Main Hall

Tuesdays - Archery 7.00 to 9.00pm – contact Lowick Archery Club at lowickarchery@gmail.com

Wednesdays – Carpets Bowls 7.00 to 8.30pm – contact Tony Harrison

Meeting Room

Thursday 7.00pm -9.30pm: Parish Council Meeting - Mrs Isabel Hunter, Parish Clerk (clerk@tillside.uk) (See Tillside web site for further details)


See the Calendar for all booking dates.

Or if you want to arrange a new activity, you can make a booking here


Chatton's Village Hall

The Village Hall was originally the school for the village until it's closure in 2008. The Committee and trustees took over the building as a community resource in 2010.

The logo represents the 5,000 year old neolithic 'Cup & Ring' markings that can be found nearby on Chatton Bank.

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