Thursley Village Hall is a beautiful Victorian school building in the heart of Thursley, just off the A3 close to the Hindhead Tunnel. It provides one of the best community facilities in the area - and it loves to be used!
With a large Main hall and separate smaller North hall, fully equipped kitchen and spacious lawned garden to the rear which backs onto Thursley National Nature Reserve, the Hall is a great venue available to hire for events from wedding receptions (with space for erecting a marquee in the garden) to Brownies/Cub Scouts sleepover weekends and all points inbetween.
Everyone is welcome!
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Pancakes at the ready.
Sunday, 18th February, 2:30pm
The third annual Thursley Crepe Race will take place on Sunday the 18th of February - come rain or shine. Great fun for all the family, with the usual opportunities for mums, dads and grandparents to embarrass/impress the kids, and lots of different age categories for races from tiny tots to towering teenagers …
Snacks, cakes and drinks available, plus a secondhand kids’ book stall and secondhand toys.
All donations of children’s books, toys, cakes etc gratefully received! Please contact Andrea for further details on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07876 683078.
Friday, 20th April, 7:30pm
The annual Thursley Quiz Night will be here sooner than you think! Time to ensure you have all the best brains on your table and book so you don’t miss out … Winner takes the Thor trophy …
Monthly Craft Workshops - the first Saturday of every month between 10am and 2pm in the North Hall - £10 per person
The first Saturday of every month sees Paula Parker, Thursley’s very own craft maestro, holding a seasonal craft workshop, suitable for adults and children from around 9/10 up. The results are astounding - you won’t believe what Paula can help you do!
For more information, please get in touch with Paula on email@example.com
The year ended on a high with our third Farnham Maltings theatre production of the year - Brilliance. An audience of 80 (our maximum capacity for theatre) enjoyed a wonderful story about progress and change in a bright new world, when rural electrification came to all corners of the country. With fabulous acting and singing, the company made their last show of the tour a really special one - a great start to the Christmas and New Year festivities.
Watch this space for the next production …