…to AghaleeVillageHall.org.uk where residents of Aghalee can see what's happening in their Village Hall or visitors can share in what we think is a special part of our village community. Please take a look.
What a super day we had on Saturday at the hall. Over 100 people called in to see the model trains and £160 in donations was received, which William Redpath, who ran the exhibition has donated to Village Hall funds.
Thank you William Redpath and thank you all so much for calling in.
The Book Club books for July are: The House in the Cerulean Sea by T J Klune
Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam
Please note the following classes are restarting -
Jeanne Cree School of Ballet reopened on Thursday 27th May
Aghalee Taekwondo Club reopened on Thursday 3rd June
Wag & Bone Dog Training reopened on Wednesday 23rd June
Contact/registration details on the posters on EVENTS page.
Funded by the National Lottery Community Fun with a wide selection of Workshops and Classes planned for the next 12 months! Read all about it click here or on the picture above.
An update on the Arts Programme diary Sept - Dec 2021.
Click the 'DIARY' link to see the updated schedule for the Arts Programme. Remember - to register please EMAIL ONLY to email@example.com
Give your name address and contact number along with the details of the workshop or course you wish to take. Thank you
Cycle Safety Event – Friday 20th August 2021
This weekend Constables Connolly and Wilson attended a Cycle Safety Day at the Village Hall in Aghalee. The safety awareness session was provided by the brilliant Road Safe NI. All the children who attended also got their bikes marked by our Crime Prevention Officer. Thank you to Pauline who facilitated the use of the Village Hall and to PCSP who provided refreshments for everyone. The day was a great success and thankfully the rain stayed away so the children could put their new skills into practice.
AVH Car Park Repairs
Works on the Village Hall car park drainage and fence are now complete! And looking well. Many thanks to The Foyle Foundation and Co-op Community Fund for funding the car park drainage. The fence was paid for by AVH.
Support the Hall Please.
This past year has been difficult for everyone, not least for community based organisations. Aghalee Village Hall is run by volunteers and relies on grants and donations to stay running. If you can spare any amount to help keep our hall running, we would be extremely grateful.