Village Hall Information

Little Ellingham Village Hall is suitable for diverse events, including receptions, parties, committee meetings and club activities. Notable features are:
• 90m2 of actual hall area, with minimum dimensions of 7.5m and 12m
• Well equipped kitchen
• Separate bar facilities
• Ample on-site parking area
• and a guaranteed friendly welcome.
Bookings can be from individuals or organisations, both on a long term basis or separate one-off events.  We believe we have an exceptional facility and would encourage people to view it to discover what Little Ellingham Village Hall has to offer.
For further information about booking, please contact Malcolm Robertshaw on (01953) 851946.

 

Village Hall

 

Kitchen  Kitchen

Back of Hall  Rear (patio)

Inside  Inside

4 Responses to Village Hall Information

  1. I went to Lt. Ellingham village school in the late 1930’s – 1942.
    I left in 1942 to attend The Girls Grammar School in Thetford, having passed the scholarship, now called 11+
    My name is / was on the Honour Board. What happened to the Honour Board when the school was closed ?
    If it is still in existence, I would like to visit and take a photograph of said Honour Board, or maybe even purchase it ?
    I live in a Cambridgeshire Village, but still have family living in Norfolk so I visit the area.
    Please could someone email with any information

    • ltellinghampc says:

      Patricia, I’m afraid I don’t live in Little Ellingham, however, I asked one of the councillors about your query. Apparently the honours board is located in the village hall. The school closed in the 60s or 70s and was acquired by the village for use as a village hall. It became very dilapidated and was demolished in 2003 or 2004. The present village hall was built on the same site. Perhaps I could take a photograph from my phone when I go to the next meeting (2nd November) and then email the photo to you?

  2. Geoffrey Eagling says:

    Could you please insert photo of a Honour Board on your website? I would like to see it myself as my uncle, Norman Eagling, was on the roll.
    Thank you.
    Geoffrey Eagling

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