The Charity Sale planned for this morning at the hall has been postponed due to the snow.
All of us at Hilperton Village Hall would like to send our congratulations to Rosie and Darren on their recent wedding. They held the reception at the village hall and didn't they dress the hall beautifully for their celebration! See pictures below.
The Quiz Night held on Saturday 10th March was a great success with around 60 people in 11 teams taking part.
The winning team were the 'Trehouses'.
Some £170 was raised for Village Hall funds.
Hilperton Village Hall will hold their AGM on Thursday 12th April at 7pm at the hall.
'Blame Cathy', a seasonal murder mystery comedy played to packed houses on both nights and raised £850 for village hall funds.
The play was written by long time collaborator Graham Billing and performed by 'Hilperton Presents ...' under director Pam Turner on Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd December 2017.
The cast included many regulars but welcomed a number of new players this year.
After the one act play reached its finale with the killer unmasked, cast and audience came together to sing carols with Emily Clark the soloist for "Once in Royal ..' and a haunting rendition of 'O Holy Night'.
More pictures from the night on our gallery page here.
A very big thank you to the cast and production team of 'Hilperton Presents ...' and to all those who attended over the two nights.
'Hilperton Presents ...' will return for 'Hilperton's Lovely War' in November 2018 to commemorate the end of the First World War.
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THIS VACANCY HAS NOW BEEN FILLED.
Working is currently taking place to resurfacing the main road through Hilperton and this will affect access to the village hall over the next few weeks (from 21st September).
To be clear, it will always be possible to reach the Village Hall by vehicle but due to alternate road closures for Church Street and Hill Street the route will vary.
This morning Monday 9th October access is from the "Staverton end" via Hill Street. There is no vehicle access via Church Street (Lion and Fiddle end). We understand the plan is to move this closure this afternoon to Hill Street when access will then be from the "Lion and Fiddle end".
We will endeavour to update this article and our Facebook Page as we get news of where the closure will be each day. Apologies for any inconvenience.
The coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support held on Saturday 30th September at the hall was a great success with over £900 raised for this very worthy cause.
The hall was packed all morning with people enjoying coffee and cake and browsing the wide selection of local craft stalls. Congratulations to Julie Butcher and her team (pictured) for a brilliant event. More pictures are on our Photo Gallery Page
Last Sunday 17th September Bob Cradock, Steve Roberts, Andrew Sawyer and Martin Brimson walked the 10 miles from Devizes to Hilperton along the canal in a sponsored walk to raise funds for the village hall.
The walk finished at the hall where they enjoyed lunch with some of their supporters.
Over £1,000 was raised for village hall funds!
Many thanks to all of them and congratulations.
The wonderful new building for St Michael's Pre-School is now open!
Congratulations to St Michaels and to all involved in this fantastic project.
For more information see their website
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