Since 1960, the heart of Lighthorne.
LIGHTHORNE VILLAGE HALL
Lighthorne is a small village in a valley in Warwickshire, it is about 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Leamington Spa, nearby villages are Moreton Morrell, Kineton and Wellesbourne.
We are proud of our Parish Church dedicated to St Laurence, its nave and chancel date from an 1876 rebuilding, and the tower dates from 1773-4; its windows incorporate 16th century glass of national importance. And we are proud of our traditional pub, The Antelope, is thought to date from the early 18th century. But most of all we are proud of our Village Hall built in 1960 which is very much at the heart of our village.
It is where we come together as a village for celebrations, entertainment and a huge number of activities but it is also a hall we are keen to share with you – you can join in our many activities and events or hire the hall for your own. The amenity consists of a main hall with a capacity for 100 with a stage, toilets - including one with disabled access, a well equipped kitchen, tables, chairs, there is also a meeting room and parking. There is a children's’ play area with modern equipment adjacent to the hall. The hall is currently well used for a variety of activities: an outreach Post Office; regular hirings; parties; themed suppers and events; electoral voting; community meetings; wedding receptions; exercise and dance classes and dramatic productions.
Lighthorne Village Hall is a charitable institution run as a non-profit organisation by a voluntary management committee.
LIGHTHORNE VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE
Edward Stroud Chair
Jane Stroud Lunch Club Representative
Martin Preedy 100 Club Representative
Erika Lilley Bookings Secretary, Lighthorne Ladies Representative
James Drake Lee Lighthorne Folk Representative
John Tooke Lighthorne Drama Group Representative
Cat Gordon Mother and Toddler Group Representative
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