Kenyon Hall
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KENYON HALL

HOLT

Charity No 259519

The Kenyon Hall was built on land donated by Lord Kenyon to the Villagers of Holt with money raised by the Primrose League, a Conservative Association. This site was adjacent to the original Town Hall which was destroyed by fire.

The Duchess of Westminster officially opened the Hall in 1892 and it was used as a meeting place and reading room. In 1935 the Hall was placed under the control of the Holt Town Trust and on 12th March 1940 it was registered as a charity.

The Hall is situated in the centre of Holt, near the ‘Market Cross’ and is managed by a Committee of Trustee’s drawn from various organisations in Holt.

The unique interior gives an atmosphere suitable for any type of function from children’s parties, seminars, and dances.

See the notice board for details of hiring fees.

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Committe Members and Contact Details Print

Committee Members

Chairperson Mrs ME Ayling 01978 852938
Treasurer Mrs M Leibin 01244 535768
Booking Clerk Mrs L Roberts 01829 271022
Minute Secretary & Vice Chairperson Mr P Andrews
Committee Members: Mrs M Jenkins Ms B McConville Mr D Roberts Mrs M Woodfine Mrs E Edwards

To hire the hall for your special event:
See the notice board for details of hiring fees or telephone: -

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Regular Users Print

Second Sunday of every month

Messy Church
To be confirmed
Monday Children's sport training 12.45-5.15
Wednesday

Exercise Class

Art

Zumba

Line Dancing

11-12

12.30-3pm

5.45-6.45pm

7.30pm-10

Thursday

Indoor Bowls during winter season

Badminton

2pm-4pm

 

7.30-8.30

Sunday Bingo
6.45-9.15
 
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