Welcome to the Web site of Walberton Village Hall, at the heart of Walberton village in West Sussex. The modern, spacious hall was opened in April 1989 after several years of fundraising by the villagers. The hall operates as a charity, and is entirely self-supporting.
Saturday 22nd June
2 – 4 p.m: Fun for Kids (under 13) £1.00 per child, accompanying adults £2.50.
Bring your own drinks.
Evening Adult Skittles. 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
American Supper i.e. bring a plate of food to share and your own drinks.
Tickets £4.00 each.
Teams of 6 ideal.
Ring Brian 01243 543500.
Once again a full hall for our Quiz Night on 26th April, which was well supported by villagers and others from the surrounding area.
The door prize was a highlight of the evening, being presented by local photographer Stephen Walby. His mounted photograph of bluebells in Slindon Woods was much admired, and was won by ‘Maggie’, who was delighted at her luck.
As usual there was a lot of hard work behind the scenes, with supper provided by Joan, and the quiz ably compered in his usual style by Nigel. When all expenses are accounted for we expect a profit of almost £500 to hall funds.
A very enjoyable evening which we hope to repeat in October.
As well as being the hub of Walberton village's many groups and clubs, the Hall also hosts many concerts by local, national and international artists and is used for a wide variety of private and business functions including:
- Wedding receptions
- Christening parties
- Sound recordings
- Photo shoots
- Support and rehearsal rooms for provincial theatres
- Antiques valuations
- Meetings and training sessions
Both our main and small halls are equipped for all types of social function. With its pleasant outlook Walberton Village Hall could be just the venue for your event.
Thinking of booking the hall?
Don't delay; we are regularly booking events over 18 months ahead - weekends especially