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Address - Cuddington and Sandiway Village Hall, The Playing Field, Norley Road, Cuddington, CW8 2LB

It is with great reluctance that the managers of the village hall have decided to close it with immediate effect. This has been done to ensure the safety of all people using the hall and our team of volunteers. We will continue to monitor the situation and reopen the hall as soon as government guidelines suggest it is safe to do so.

The children's playground is now also closed with immediate effect and also the public toilets.
We urge all members of the public to follow the government guideline on social distancing.
Please note that the hall surroundings and the playground are constantly monitored by CCTV.

Afternoon Tea - First Thursday in every month (except January), 2pm–4pm. £1.50. Come along for tea & cakes and chat (CANCELLED for the moment due to CoronaVirus threat)

Film Night - Normally operates on the second Wednesday of the month between September and April, starting at 7:30pm.  Admission is £3.50, including refreshments after the show.  Press Here for a review of all the films for the 2019-20 season.
The next film evening would have been on Wednesday 8th April 
The Keeper (2018), cert 15, starring David Kross, Freya Mavor, John Henshaw. However Arts Alive have reluctantly decided to cancel screenings for the remainder of the season. The screening of our last film, The Keeper, will not now take place.

250 Club winners - March's Draw:
     1st prize (£40) winner: member number 34 of Mayfield Drive, Cuddington
     2nd prize (£20) winner: member number 119 of St John’s Way, Sandiway
Please note that the monthly Draw is temporarily suspended during the lockdown period and will be retrospectively drawn when restrictions are lifted.

Message from the management committee:
Our village is fortunate to have such an excellent village hall and playing fields. I'm not sure how many residents realise that both are run by a small team of volunteers. Indeed raising the funds for the hall, overseeing its design and construction, maintaining the fabric of the building and overseeing the operation of the hall was (and continues to be) the work of a small group of individual residents.
However we have to confess that a number of the original group are now in their 80's and are looking forward to being a little less involved. As a result we're now seeking additional volunteers to ensure that the village continues to have a vibrant and successful village hall. 
If you would like to know more please ring either Helen Webster on 01606-888931 or Val Godfrey on 07817-214002.

Click picture below to visit Village Hall website ( ) for enquiries, bookings, to join the 250 club or see the timetable of regular events (please contact organisers before attending)

Alternatively see Village Hall Noticeboard by the Car Park Entrance or ring 888366 or 888931.