A thank-you from Julie

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people and groups who madeJulie

my last day at Wilsden Village Hall one to remember.

Thank you, to all on Wilsden Village Hall Managment Committee, The After

School Club and Village Hall staff. The generous gifts, cards and flowers are

very much appreciated. The unexpected leaving party was a lovely way to

finish the day.

Tracey and team, Luncheon club, Wilsden Nursery and Thursday Afternoon

group. Thank you for your kindness ,flowers and gifts.

A massive thank you to all the other groups who sent cards and wished me

well.

My eighteen years at the hall have been an experience I would not wish to

change.It has been full of laughter, challenges and many learning curves .

From the day to day problems, to running Gala’s, Beer Festivals and even

funerals. Life at the hall has been anything but dull.

I will miss the regular groups and people who just pop in.

Thank you to all my Staff, Claire and Roger you’re unfailing support and belief

in me made the difficult moments bearable. To the Managment Committee,

thank you for your support and trust in me.

Lastly my family and friends who gave help, support and faith.

Thank you.

I am sure I now leave the hall in the capable hands of our a growing

managment committee and the capable hands of Mr Mark Driver.

I wish you all the best, and again thank you for the kindness shown and lovely

gifts and cards .

Love Julie.

‘RUBY SATURDAY’ BEER FEST 2016

Date: 4th June 2016

Time: 11am to 11pm!

Place: Wilsden village hall

This year’s beer fest is set to be a great event as this year we are also celebrating the 40th anniversary of the hall.

Featuring:

  • Over 18 hand-pulled local beers and lagers
  • A small selection of wines and ciders
  • Live music from 7pm with The Sheratons
  • An all day cafe and afternoon hog roast

This is a fundraising event for the village hall so please support it if you can.

We are looking for sponsorship, so if you’d like our name on a commemorative glass and a barrel of beer, please ask at the office. You can also email or phone using the details here

Yoga at the village hall

Holistic, integrated approach to wellbeing

  • Improve core, spinal strength and posture
  • Speed up healing after injury
  • Learn relaxation techniques
  • Become leaner and toned
  • Achieve greater balance and flexibility
  • Suitable for all levels
  • User friendly, affordable and enjoyable

Classes at Wilsden Village Hall

Mondays – 11.00am – 12.00am

£7.00 per class or £35.00 for six

Yoga for runners courses coming soon!

Nick Toehill – 07738 123125

yorkshireyogapilates@gmail.com

Crafting in a winter wonderland…

Join us for the Wilsden Village Hall festive “make and take” craft fair this December.

The village hall will be holding a Christmas craft fair on Sunday 13th December from 4pm. The theme of the event will be “make and take”, with stallholders selling homemade items and craft kits, and a number of workshops for all ages available to try throughout the afternoon.

There will be a range of handmade items on sale from local groups, businesses and individuals, including toys, clothes, jewellery, paintings, calendars, table decorations, felted gifts, bunting, cushions, vintage goods, Christmas wreathes, novelty knits, dolls, brooches and more. The perfect place to pick up a unique Christmas gift you can’t find in the shops!

Businesses taking part in the event include Golly Gosh Gifts, Roseland Creations, Anything Goes, Fairies Wardrobe and Bingley Manorlands Support Group.

We will also be running a number of workshops for both children and adults, perfect if you want to come along and learn a new skill! There will be a small charge for workshops to cover the cost of materials.

Baked refreshments will be provided by the ladies of Wilsden Women’s Institute, with mulled wine and mince pies also available. The Advance Church singers will be singing carols for our guests.

Entry to this event is free and all profits go towards the village hall’s 40 Candles Refurbishment Appeal, so please do come along and support us!

To enquire about having a stall, please contact Jean Radigan on jeannie08@btinternet.com

Workshops available

Wreath making
Cost £10. Make from scratch 45 min
Decorate pre made 15 min
Suitable age Teen to adult

Table centre
Cost £9. Time 30 min
Sundries/flowers supplied, bring along some winter foliage and sharp scissors.
Suitable Teens to adult.
Booking essential by 9/12/15 e-mail cwossick@btinternet.com or 07743 680580

Decopatch tree decoration
Cost £2.50. Drop in throughout the day
Suitable 5–Adult

Armpit fudge
Cost £1. Time 15 min
Suitable for children of any age

Create Your Own Jewellery Gifts
Time: drop-in between 4.30-6.00pm
Cost dependent on materials used

Great Scott! This Saturday, Wilsden is going Back to the Future…

Date: Saturday 24th October 2015 (aka “the future”!)
Time: film starts at 7.30pm prompt (bar opens at 6.45pm)
Place: main hall, Wilsden Village Hall
Tickets: £4 standard, £3 over-65s, £2 under-14s. Under-3s are free and don’t require a ticket. Available on the door but booking is advised – click to book now
Dress code: fancy dress optional. Prizes for the best efforts!

30 years ago, Marty McFly took a DeLorean trip into a future of hoverboards, flying cars and a worrying obsession with two-tone neon. That future was October 2015. What better way to celebrate than with a big-screen showing of the film that started it all back in good ol’ 1985, complete with licensed bar, themed snacks, fancy dress competition and 80s music to finish off the night?

Reserve tickets for Saturday Cinema: Back to the Future online

Watch the trailer

Wilsden Entertainments Society presents the first of what we hope will become a regular series of Saturday Cinema nights at the village hall: Back to the Future! In this much-loved 80s classic, teen Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and his nutty inventor pal Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) time travel back to 1955 to help Marty’s parents get together – before he disappears forever.

Join us on Saturday 24th October at 7.30pm for a fun social evening with family, friends and neighbours. We can’t give you hoverboards or self-lacing Nikes, but we can give you a great movie night with a large 10ft screen, well-stocked bar, themed snacks and drinks, prizes for the best fancy dress, a quiz, and an 80s music mix to finish that’ll blow your parachute pants off.

Come along and enjoy a delicious Doc Brownie or one of Einstein’s Hot Dogs with a glass of Calvin Klein’s Jivin’ Wine, courtesy of our usherettes, in the comfortable ambient atmosphere of Wilsden Village Hall. If you like you can dress as your favourite character, or channel some 1985 or 1955 chic – prizes will be awarded for the best efforts!

All are welcome to this fun-for-all-the-family PG film, although children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets cost £4 standard, £3 over-65s and £2 under-14s. Under-threes are free. All profits will got towards the 40 Candles Birthday Appeal, which aims to raise £20,000 to refurbish the village hall.

Reserve tickets online

We recommend reserving your tickets in advance for collection and payment on the door. This will guarantee your seat (max 80 available) and will be helpful to the organisers during planning. If for any reason you are unable to attend, please email us on tickets@wilsdenvillagehall.co.uk so we can free up your seat for someone else. Use the form below to reserve seats.

Film night ticket reservations

  • Children under three are free and do not require a ticket.
 

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About film nights at the village hall

Our questionnaire has shown that respondents would like to see a community cinema in the village. We hope this first event will lead to a regular social film night once a month at the hall, as well as special screenings catering for specific groups (for example, family-friendly and dementia-friendly screenings). We intend to show a wide range of films, from new releases to family favourites to popular classics, as well as running film seasons such as Best of British and Oscar Winners. Some of the films we are considering for future screenings are Avengers: Age of Ultron, Cinderella (live-action), Jurassic World, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, It’s A Wonderful Life, Star Wars, Minions and The Magnificent Seven. The community will have the chance to vote on the next screening from a shortlist.

If you would like to give us your views on the community cinema and the types of film you would like us to show, our online questionnaire is still open on our website here.

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