Melvis is one of Bedfordshire’s premier Elvis Tribute Artists
Melvis will play two sets – one hour of 50’s/60’s then onto the Elvis tracks & into costume for the remainder of the night.
Tickets are selling well so do phone 871092 or email email@example.com to reserve yours!
Cost £8.00 each or 5 for £32.00! Children under 16 FREE with paying Adult.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Ideas for 2017
Two of the Village Hall Trustees have been gathering ideas for events, classes etc for 2017. If you would like to complete a short simple questionnaire please click here, or email or phone us. The Events Committee really value your ideas and suggestions. If you would like your voice heard, please talk to one of us, we know many people do not like questionnaires!
Christmas Craft Fair Sunday 4th December 10.30-3.30
We are now receiving bookings from crafts stalls for this annual festive event.
Stall Holders please complete our Booking Form and return as per the form.
Stall £12 each. Stall holders can arrive from 9am on the day.
Entrance FREE, Parking FREE.
Whipsnade Village Hall Events Committee
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported the Events Committee’s first 4 seasons. We have achieved our aim of getting more people to use the hall over the past four years and not only broken even but made a small profit. The committee welcomes feedback at any time.
Whipsnade Village Hall was built in the 1920s on land donated by the Blythe Family. It is an iconic wooden building in an idyllic situation, accessed through its own field. The Village Hall and attached Field has been run by a group of trustees who either represent local groups or are elected annually.
Whipsnade Village Hall and Field is established as a charity (Charity no 200441).
“The objects of the charity are, in the interests of social welfare, to improve the conditions of life of the inhabitants of the area of benefit without distinction of political, religious or other opinions by the provision and maintenance of:
(a) a village hall for use by the inhabitants, including use for:
(i) meetings, lectures and classes, and
(ii) other forms of recreation and leisure-time occupation; and
(b) a recreation ground for use by the inhabitants.”
There is a recently formed Events Committee whose role it is to promote activities according to the above objects.