Doddington Village Hall is ideal for regular or occasional meetings and celebrations.
It has a kitchen, car park and stage area and seating for up to 100 people.
For further information and bookings, please contact Lizzie Grant:
Tel: 07396 493283
Please see below for details of regular classes, clubs, societies etc.
Weekly classes, clubs etc
Valley Players - Tuesday evenings, September to December from 7.30pm. If you are interested in helping or taking part in future productions pop in and leave your name and contact details. Backstage help particularly welcome.
Buddies Parent and Toddler Group - Friday morning (term-time) 09.00 to 10.30. All children aged 0 - 4 and their carers are most welcome. Contact Karen on 07931 491095
Pilates (mixed ability) - Thursday 12.45 to 13.45. Contact Julie at email@example.com or on 07739 638576
Doddington Ukulele Movement - Thursday evenings 8pm. Contact: Bob Allen: 01795 886848,
Doddington Parish Council - 2nd Monday 7.30 pm. Local residents welcome to observe, and there is a section for questions and comments from the public.
Historical Research Group - 4th Monday 7.30pm. Exploring local history and archaeology in the three parishes. Enquiries to Paula 01795 886165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Doddington Village Hall Replacement Window Project
The Trustees of Doddington Village Hall are delighted to announce the commencement of a major project to replace the old single glazed windows in the main and small halls with new double-glazed units.
The project is being funded through a grant of £72,108 from FCC Communities Foundation. The windows are being manufactured and installed by Impressions Joinery, Sittingbourne. The new double-glazed units will be identical to the old windows to preserve the integrity of this old building, but will prevent the draughts coming through the old rotting wooden frames, providing much improved insulation for the halls, reduce our heating costs and therefore our carbon footprint, and help preserve the building for the community for years to come.
The new bespoke window units are currently being manufactured at the workshops of Impressions Joinery and it is hoped that they will be fully installed by early September.
The two stained glass windows have already been removed and these will be encased within a new double-glazed unit to preserve them for the future.
The Trustees are grateful for the funding from FCC Communities Foundation, which is a not-for-profit business that awards grants for community projects through the Landfill Communities Fund. This essential project could not have been considered without their funding.