46 Station Road South
(by the large now GOLD post box)
Next Coffee Morning is on Saturday 14th March 2020 between 10 and 11.30am. Over 60’s Raffle
See you there
QUIZ NITE DATES FOR 2020
January 24th February 21st March 20th April 17th May 22nd June 19th July 17th August 21st September 18th October 23rd November 20th December 18th
All on a Friday at 7.30pm start. Tables of up to 4 people £5 per table great evening, great prizes
If you would like to display or have a small stall at any of the monthly Saturday Coffee mornings. Call the numbers below for more details.
To book the Hall call 01493 780822
The full list of Trustees for 2017/2018 is :-
Roger Gowen (Chair)
Michael Farrell (Secretary)
Wireless Internet access is available at the hall
If any group or club would like to hire the hall on a regular bases then please contact as above for details.
To book the Hall call 01493780822
Charges:- Regular bookings for groups £8.50 per hour;
Parties and events £40 for 4 hours. Other events please contact for charges
These prices include use of well equipped kitchen.
For other uses and charges contact as above.
Whats on in 2019
Our very newly formed Community Choir is looking for new members. Meeting weekly on a Friday evening at the JGI at 7.15pm – 8.30pm. Love to sing but cannot read music? Always wanted to join a choir but not thought you would be good enough? No problem, come and give us a try. Whether you have sung in choirs or not sung except in the bath since school, if you enjoy music, having fun in a social atmosphere you will be made welcome.
We are a choir made up from members of our community and once we are ready, for the community. All ages from Teens to Nanas and Grandads. Open to anyone living or working in Belton or just over the borders. Also if you live in a neighbouring village but are regularly part of our community activities. All we ask is for a small donation at sessions to cover our overheads. We are at the beginning of what could become an exciting journey…..See you on Friday or you can contact Hilary on 01493 780060
The 1st Belton Guides meet at the hall
every Tuesday at 6.45pm. If you would like to join the Guides
then go along to a meeting or call Linda on 01493 667311
Short Mat Bowls Mondays at 2pm
Yoga meet every Monday morning at 10am (No meetings in August)
Bingo every Monday evening at 7 pm
Pilates every Tuesday morning at 9 to 10 am
Over 60’s club every Tuesday afternoon 2 pm to 4pm
Belton Ladies Group meet each second Tuesday of the month at 7.30 pm
1st Belton Guides every Tuesday at 6.45pm to 8.30pm
Every Wednesday 10.30am to Noon Drop In Coffee Morning. All Welcome
Art Club meet every Wednesday between 2pm and 4pm (No meeting in August)
Weight Watchers meet every Wednesday evening weigh in 6.15pm talk 7.00pm pm
Thursday evening Needlecraft 7 to 9pm
Line Dancing every Friday 10.30am to 12.00 noon
Digital Camera Club each first Friday of the month at 7.30 pm. ( check on camera page)
Village Quiz evening on Third Friday of each month at 7.30pm
Belton History Society each third Sunday each month at 2.30 pm
Every second Saturday in the month Coffee morning from 10am to 11.30am – raffle by a local group. All welcome
Check individual pages and or the Diary page for more information
We celebrated in September 2015 our 10 years of service to Belton and the surrounding area. A celebration evening with entertainment was held and a packed hall had a great time.
The Hall was renovated in 2005 with full central heating and first class kitchen facilities. As well as the main hall there is a small rear room, known as the Green Room that is ideal for small meetings and events.
The Hall has full disable facilities to meet all needs.
The Hall is licensed for a maximum of 80 people and has chairs to seat 70. It is fully licensed for music.
There is a full size pull down projector screen if required.
The Hall is ideal for parties, receptions and other family gatherings.
Although parking is limited by the hall, cars can be parked at the Tavern Pub 60 metres away.
The Trustees are pleased to announce that we now have a fully automated defibrillator at the hall if a collapse from a cardiac arrest or other illness did happen. The unit is fully automated and would guide by voice any user to carry out the correct procedure.
A GREAT CHARITY TEA PARTY