High Halstow Community Site

 

Halls

Address of Village Hall

The Street,
High Halstow,
Rochester,
Kent
ME3 8SQ

Village Hall

To book the hall please ring Martin Mitchell on 07752682437 HIGH HALSTOW VILLAGE HALL HIRING AGREEMENT 1 Cancellation notice of less than ONE MONTH before the function may incur a charge, which will be determined by the Village Hall Committee. 2 The Hirer, not being a person under the age of 18 years of […] Read more

Village Hall Booking Form

HIGH HALSTOW VILLAGE HALL APPLICATION FOR USE OF VILLAGE HALL FACILITIES Extent of Premises Hired – Hall – Waiting Room Dates Required _______________________________ Function Time from ______________ to _______________ Access Time from ________________________________ Function _________________________________ This will be a private/ public event (delete as appropriate) Approximate number of persons attending _______________ Maximum Numbers Allowed 200 […] Read more

Village Hall Refurbishment

Please click here to find out what is happening with regard to the Village Hall Refurbishment

Village Hall Accounts

The Village Hall Committee are pleased to say the accounts for the Hall can be viewed here

* 2015/16 * 2014/15 * 2013/142012/132011/12 * 2010/11 * 2009/10 * 2008/09 *

Memorial Hall

If you are interested in booking the Memorial Hall for a party, function, meeting etc please contact Angela Forward 251756

Memorial Hall History

Most Memorial Halls are erected to remember those who have died, but High Halstow was fortunate to have most of the men return safely, from World War 1. So it was decided to build a Hall to acknowledge this, which makes this hall rather special. The people of the village wasted no time so in […] Read more

Memorial Hall Plaque

Click on the link below and you will find a photograph of the names the hall is dedicated to. This is not the original inscription as due to time had faded. A resident in the village, Irene Pearce, wrote this particular copy back in 2000 when the Hall was rededicated. Additional names were added to the second inscription to remember all who had come back. Click here to see the plaque

For a clear view of the names, photos and details click here

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