Welcome to St Keyne Village Hall and Social Club
The Village Hall is warm and comfortable with a popular Social Club which is open at weekends and bank holidays. It consists of a large hall, a well equipped kitchen, a
large meeting room and a small office, all of which are available for
hire. The Social Club is available for use by members. It can be made available for a
private non-members party provided the hirer obtains a TEN licence.
The hall is available for private hire for birthday parties and other
celebrations. The Hall has a PRS licence and professional disco setup with lasers and
other lighting effects, smoke machine and bubble machine which can also be hired for events in the hall.
What's on at the Hall
The hall hosts a weekly coffee morning, bi-monthly 'big breakfasts', regular BBQs in the summer months and annual celebrations such as Valentine's Day, Halloween and Christmas and New Year. It also hosts weekly meetings of the Brench Club (a self hlep woodcarving club which meets every Tuesday afternoon), a regular chiropody clinic, meetings of the Parish Council, the gardening club and annual plant sale.
St Keyne Pool team
Another warm welcome to the St Keyne Pool team ... Proving very popular, the home matches are on Sunday evenings with the bar to stay open from 5:30pm - 10.00pm, so why not support your Village team and enjoy a drink or two? This season is not finishing until 16th June!!! What a great turn out for the 2024 season.
Here are the remaining dates for 2024:
Sunday 21st January
Sunday 4th February, 11th February & 25th February
Sunday 3rd March, 17th March & 24th March
Sunday 7th April, 14th April, 21st & 28th April
Sunday 12th May & 19th May
Sunday 2nd June & 9th June
The Halloween party for children at St Keyne Village Hall on 29 October was a great success. It was free to enter and there was a disco and competitions for the best dressed children, Mums and Grandmas and lots of fun games.
31st October 2022
Village Hall Improvements
When the pandemic put most of our lives on hold and everywhere was closed including our hall, life seemed very strange but as restrictions were eased, the committee took this opportunity to start work on refurbishing the hall and club. This included a transformation of the bar area making it far more comfortable and relaxing. Also, as not everyone wants to drink from the bar, a 'Bean to Cup' coffee machine was installed in the hall, which has proved a great success.
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1st November 2021