Nettleham Village Hall

For booking enquiries during working hours email: For enquiries after 6pm contact Suzanne Haydon on Tel 07813817288

                                                       NETTLEHAM VILLAGE HALL
Built 1971

                                                    Brookfield Avenue, Nettleham LN2 2SS

The Village Hall has capacity for 140 people in the main hall and 40 in the lounge.  If both areas are hired the overall capacity is 180 people.  The premises are available for weekend functions and easily accommodate most events.  Bouncy Castles are permitted in the main hall.
Booking early is strongly recommended as it continues to be a popular venue.

The Committee is dedicated to future fund raising events which include the Gardening Club Flower and Vegetable Show, and the annual Nettleham Carnival which is held each year. 
Volunteers are always welcome.
Please see the list below for the Village Hall Committee contacts.  All enquiries are very welcome.
Mr Steve Cairns
(Vice Chairman)
  01522 595015
Brian Burkitt
  01522 754376
Tim Wheelhouse
  01522 809899
Suzanne Haydon
(Bookings Secretary)

07813817288 (after 6pm) Please see email address below.
History of the Village Hall
The Committee managing the Village Hall was formed by representative members of local organisations of the village in the late 1950’s. At that time the Committee was under a Chairman in the first instance of Mr Charles Wallace. He was also a member of Nettleham Parish Council.

The land for the Village Hall was purchased in the late 1960’s from West Lindsey District Council and building commenced in the spring of 1971 and completed in about October of that year.  The first booking were taken in November 1971.

The Village Hall consisted in the first instance of an entrance hall, small committee room, ladies and gents toilets, kitchen and main hall. In 1976 an extension was added comprising of a bar/committee room, stage and two dressing rooms and toilet. All funds required for the building and extension including surfaces and ground work for the car park, fencing and gates etc were raised through fund raising events such as Bingo, Jumble Sales, Concerts, Dances and the lettings to various organisations and grants which were available from various sources at that time.

The Parish Council has on occasion provided assistance for specific projects relating to the continuation of the availability of the hall to the public otherwise it has been self-supporting.