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History of our Village Hall

In 1922 the hall, a decommissioned WW1 hut from Belton Park Camp, Grantham, was bought by the village for £353.0s7d raised by a combination of private subscription and fundraising events. Deeds of the sale protect the land and building as an asset to be used in the interest and for the benefit of the village and in 1949 the asset was registered with the Charity Commission.

The hall has been used for many purposes in the village over the years including – dances, theatre productions, social clubs, a youth club, Post Office, playschemes and mother and toddler groups, private functions, as the church hall and a meeting place for the Parish Council.

Between 2019 and 2022 the hall underwent a major refurbishment project to bring it into the 21st century but maintaining many of it's original features and preserving it as a historical building in the heart of the village. 


What we offer

The hall is a central hub for the community of South Luffenham and the surrounding area. There are regular classes and activities, social events run by the hall and the village church and it is also available for private hire. 

The hall has recently been extensively refurbished and can offer new kitchen and accessible toilet facilities including baby change, an outside decking area and superfast WiFi capability. We are also fully licensed


Chair and Bookings - Tracy Steward

Secretary - Kate Humphries

Treasurer - Jason Steward

General Member - Tim Smith

General Member - Mark Humphries

General Member - Duncan Harris
General Member  - vacant position

General Member and Health and Safety - Simon Fisher

Current Management Committee

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