A Hall for every occasion

We asked village halls, church halls and community buildings to provide details about the range of activities that take place in them.  This is what they said:

A is for
Aerobics, Amateur Dramatics, Archery, Auctions and Art Classes

B is for
Brownies, Bingo, Burns Night, Belly dancing and badminton

C is for
Carpet bowls, Coffee Mornings, Computer Classes, Curling and Christmas parties

D is for
Dog Obedience training, dance classes, defibrillators, displays and drama groups

E is for
Evergreen groups, expeditions  and as emergency accommodation

F is for
Film nights, folk nights, first aid classes, funeral teas , Friday frenzies and family celebrations

G is for
Guides and gardening clubs

H is for
History groups and Halloween parties

I is for
Information events, internet café’s and indoor bowls

J is for
Judo, juggling and jumble sales

K is for
Karate, knit and natter groups and keep fit

L is for
Line dancing, luncheon clubs and lectures

M is for
Music, mobile optician and military modelling clubs

N is for
Night classes

O is for
Open days and out reach services

P is for
Polling stations, parent and toddler groups, parish council meetings, Pilates and parties

Q is for
Quizzes and quilting groups

R is for
Ramblers

S is for
Slimming groups, scouts and scrabble

T is for
Tai Chi, table top sales, tea parties, tractor men and training

U is for
U3A and Ukulele Strumming group

V is for
Voting and village shows

W is for
Whist drives, woman’s institutes. Walk the halls, wine clubs and weddings

X is for
Expeditions, and Xmas parties

Y is for
Yoga, youth clubs and young farmers

Z is for
Zumba