Welcome to Hartlebury Parish Hall

Hartlebury Parish Hall was built in 1952 with the support and effort of the whole community: the hall was refurbished in 2015.

The parish hall is a charitable institution, run as a non-profit making organisation by a voluntary committee. It is a key focal point for events in the village and is close to St. James parish church, Hartlebury Castle and The White Hart village pub.

The main hall is capable of seating 120 people for dining, 150 in theatre style or dancing, accommodating all types of events.

With a lounge bar and terrace, traditional stage with changing facilities, a modern kitchen and committee room, the parish hall is an ideal venue for fitness groups, hobby groups, meetings, anniversaries, conferences, concerts, dances, family events - why not hire your local parish hall?

Tables, matching crockery and cutlery are available for those special events: a team can be contracted to style your occasion.

The hall carparks have 50+ spaces, including 4 disabled, 1 reserved, plus cycle stands.

Please note that Hartlebury Parish Hall has full disabled access & facilities and that a No-Smoking (or vaping) Policy operates throughout.

The hall can be booked for a variety of events, including:
Children’s parties
Other parties
Wedding receptions
Community events
Band or music practice
Clubs
Concerts
Anniversary celebrations
and more ...
Hartlebury Parish Hall, in addition to its regular hirings, frequently hosts events to help raise funds towards further renovations. These include dance nights, live music and quizzes.

News All benches and picnic tables now in place


Hartlebury Parish Hall logo

Coming Up

Football
August 25th Sunday 10.30

Football
September 1st Sunday 10.30

New Drama Group
First Meeting ...
September 2nd Monday 20.30
Got what it takes to take centre stage? Just come along or contact
 Jacci on 07732 073316
Click here for poster

Parish Council
September 3rd Tuesday 19.00

Hartlebury Gardening Club Show
September 7th Saturday 14.30
ADMISSION 50p - children free
refreshments available
Show Schedule pdf download
Entry Form pdf download
News and Chairman's invitation

Hartlebury Art Group Exhibition
in partnership with
Kidderminster Art Society
Held at Hartlebury Castle
September 9th to 22nd
more info

theWI
September 11th Wednesday 19.00
'Ukulele with Gaynor'

Football
September 15th Sunday 10.30

Parish Hall Committee
September 18th Wednesday 19.00

Hartlebury History Society
September 19th Thursday 19.00
'A Gallery of Pub Signs'

Advance Notice

theWI Christmas Tree Festival
Held in St James Church
December 6th, 7th, 8th
Interested in taking part? ...
... download contact form here

Shindig Coming Up

Shindig - new season

October 11th Friday 19.30
Harp and a Monkey
Modern folk music and storytelling.
"Harp and a Monkey's left field yet accessible folk-electronica and beautifully spooky vignettes of northern life, love and remembrance, are shot through with a deep Lancashire sensibility and a firm commitment to classic songsmithery."
YouTube 'Old wives tales'
 Harp and a Monkey website

Ruth & Barry will be promoting the first show and selling tickets.
Reserve your October tickets ...

Contact Ruth & Barry
 01299 250569
 07881 581193
 barrydragonfolk.co.uk

December 6th Friday 18.00
'The Snow Queen'
A musical adaption of Hans Christian Anderson's much-loved tale of Gerda setting off to find her friend Kay. A lovely children's Christmas show, with a welcome return for the Northumberland Theatre Company.
more info
 NTC website

February 14th Friday 19.30
Kiriki Club
Rooted in vintage sounds and styles, Kiriki Club mix 40’s/50’s jumping RnB with exotic sounds from around the world and surprising versions of pop classics. Not to be missed.
YouTube 'Sweet Dreams'
 Kiriki Club website

April 7th Tuesday 16.00
'Eggs on Legs'
A brilliant pre-Easter family show
(3-8 years) with great,fun tunes and imaginative story-telling, as a gang of puppets investigate an egg that's landed in their tree!
YouTube 'Eggs on Legs'
more info
 Garlic Theatre website
technical sheet for village halls

May 16th Saturday 19.30
George Egg
The Anarchist Cook. He makes food using non-culinary items and innovative methods. He has sold out one-man shows at Edinburgh Fringe in 2015, 2016 and 2017. He has won awards and toured internationally.
YouTube 'Anarchist Cooking'
 George Egg website