Open Day at Lurgashall Village Hall, Sat. 25 January 2020

Open Day2020 small adLurgashall is lucky to have a well-equipped and well-maintained Village Hall for parties, meetings, monthly lunches and teas, rehearsals, talks, exhibitions, film nights, classes and more.

In the past year the new extension has been built, housing a much-needed furniture store room and a new archive/small meeting room.

Please drop in any time 11am – 4pm to have a look at all the Hall has to offer, and see how the village history Archive project is progressing. We will also be showing old film clips and images of life in Lurgashall throughout the day.

Tea and cake and a warm welcome await!

What’s on in November & December at Lurgashall Village Hall

Nov-Dec 2019After a glorious Summer, Autumn is here with her all too short-lived display of stunning colour now gently dropping to the ground. The Americans call it ‘Fall’ – such a perfectly descriptive word!
So onward we move into November and December, and wait to see what the Winter has in store for us…..
Well, whatever the weather, the Village Hall has plenty in store to entertain us.
Details of all events to follow soon.
Don’t forget PILATES. EVERY MONDAY EVENING between now and Christmas from 7.15pm – 8.15pm

Harvest Supper at Lurgashall Village Hall – Sunday 6 October

Harvest veg J. Lawson

The annual Harvest Supper in Lurgashall Village Hall is a great tradition in the Parish and a lovely celebration of the end of summer.

The Supper takes place at 7.30pm, immediately after the Harvest Service in the Church.

If you’d like to join the Supper, you can buy your tickets (£7.50) at the village shop.
As this is always a very popular event, best to book early for a wonderful feast in great company!

Dinner & Cabaret Evening – Saturday 7 September

DINNER CABARET Sept 2019The Village Hall Management Committee invites you to a Dinner & Cabaret evening with popular vocalist Debbie C.

All proceeds from the evening will go towards the kitting out of the Hall’s new Archive Room to house documents, photos and other artefacts about Lurgashall’s history.

Enjoy wonderful music, delicious food and fun company – all in a very good cause!

PLEASE BOOK EARLY so that our caterers know how many to cook for!
Tickets are £15 and are on sale from The Village Shop, or telephone Ray Cooper on 707 596.

 

Pilates for All – July Classes at Lurgashall Village Hall

Pilates position

 

Local Pilates teacher Eliza Wheeler is running a flourishing Pilates class at Lurgashall Village Hall every Monday at 7.15pm.

July dates are: Mon. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th July. 

Eliza says: “As a Physiotherapist I think Pilates is a wonderful form of exercise, and everyone can benefit from it in some way.  The focus is on strengthening up the ‘core’ – improving strength centrally makes the bits on the outside function better!  We also work on flexibility, balance and posture.  The benefits of regular Pilates include not only toning legs, bums and tums, but also helping to reduce and prevent back pain. 

“Ultimately, it should be fun, and I hope at the end of the class you walk out feeling refreshed and happy.”

If you would like to join the classes or have any questions, please contact Eliza on 07929 365088 or email eliza.wheeler@hotmail.co.uk .

‘A Postman’s Patter’ – an evening with Michael Hubbard, Saturday 15th June, 7.30pm

A Postman's PatterLurgashall Village Hall presents

An Evening with Michael Hubbard

Saturday 15th June

7 for 7.30pm

Lurgashall Village Hall

Tickets £6, in aid of the Village Hall extension fund, available from Lurgashall Shop, or reserve at admin@lurgashallvillagehall.org  or 07796 162304

  • Mike Hubbard – master storyteller, wit and former local postman – is back to entertain us…
  •  …with more amusing stories about his life, his passions and local Sussex characters he has known 
  • In conversation with the ‘Michael Parkinson’ of Lurgashall, our very own Francis Dillon-Thiselton
  • Copies of Mike’s new book will be on sale
  • Cash bar, free nibbles and the promise of a relaxed and fun evening!