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Alfriston Village Hall is a wonderful venue that hosts a wide variety of village clubs and societies, covering activities from the Art Group and the Horticultural Society to Yoga classes. The Alfriston Players stage their productions, including the hugely popular annual pantomime, at the Hall. Whether your club meets once a week, once a month or once a year, the Hall provides you with the perfect venue.

Key information for Clubs & Societies

Adaptable space for 12-150 people

Disabled access

Use of chairs and tables included

Fully equipped kitchen facilities

Excellent natural light

Versatile stage and lighting equipment

Free WiFi

Clubs & Societies

 

Alfriston Art Club started over 20 years ago.  We are a friendly club and meet on Monday afternoons between
2 pm - 4.30 pm.  We have a varied programme and learn from one another.  Several times a year we have all-day workshops with visiting professional artists.  If you are interested in joining the club please could you telephone
Jan Firbank on 07484242623

The Alfriston Bridge Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each Month, at the Alfriston War Memorial Hall, starting at 2 pm. We are a friendly Bridge Club, with a mixed standard ranging from players in their first couple of years at Club level to experienced players. Each session costs £4, which includes Coffee/Tea and biscuits. We use the Bridgemate scoring system, which provides instant results at the end of the session. New players don’t require any experience of the system to play. We welcome new players to the area, who would like to join, or get information about the Club. Please make initial contact by email to John Nott. johnnott05@aol.com

Alfriston Chair Exercise Group is a fabulous, strength, balance and cardiovascular class for older people and or people with specialist conditions, run by a specialist instructor with 30 years of experience teaching exercise classes. There is always time for coffee or socialising after class. All are welcome to come and just have a taster. Wednesday mornings 10 – 11 amContact me directly by email or leave a phone message if you have any questions. 07895705398 - Wadlowstephanie@gmail.com

Alfriston Pilates. Flexibility and low-impact strengthening workouts to keep you fit, balanced and in control of your body. Classes are taken by Gail Crump, an experienced Pilates teacher and Osteopath – bringing clinical knowledge and expertise to your exercise.  Classes for both men and women run on Thursday mornings 10 – 11 am.  Please call Gail on 07710 701273 for more information. See you there!

The Alfriston Short Mat Bowling Club meets every Wednesday evening between 7.00 pm and 9.00 pm with an average "mat fee" paid annually equating to approximately £2.50 per evening. We now have a limited membership of twenty mixed-ability players, and beginners are very welcome to join. We are a friendly club and therefore new members should have no fears or inhibitions about how well they can play. If you would like to join our happy throng, contact Stuart Burr (Secretary) at stuartburr@btinternet.com or just come along on any Wednesday evening and have a go.

Alfriston & Cuckmere Valley Twinning Association. We are twinned with one of the most beautiful small villages in France, Veules-les-Roses, close to Dieppe in Normandy. We arrange group visits to and from Veules as well as other indoor and outdoor events over the year, usually with a French theme. No audition in French is necessary to join, just an interest in France and meeting French people! Call or email Michael at 01323870176 or michaeleija@hotmail.com

The Alfriston Women's Institute has played an important role in village life since 1918. We have an entertaining programme of speakers and 'hands-on' craft demonstrations and outings (always involving a break for refreshments!) to local places of interest. We are a friendly group who always welcome new members – you do not have to make jam and there's rarely any singing, but we did sing "God Save the King" at the first meeting after the recent death of our dear Queen, a member of the WI since 1943. We usually meet on the third Tuesday of the month 2-4 p.m. in the War Memorial Hall from January to December (no meeting in August) but for full details see our programme on our Alfriston WI Village Noticeboard (next to the Village Shop) or our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/AlfristonWI. If you would like to join us why not come along to an initial meeting and let us welcome you? Contact Gill Chopra (Secretary) at gill.chopra@uwclub.net or 01323 870488.  If you are shy one of us can accompany you.

Some of our members serving refreshments at our Tabletop Sale fundraiser held in the War Memorial Hall. Our Chocolate Tombola proceeds were sent to charity.

Alfriston Yoga - Energise your body and stretch out your stress at our friendly yoga group which meets in the War Memorial Hall on Fridays from 1.45 pm until 3.00 pm. Contact Phyllis, a fully qualified and experienced BWY Teacher, for more information or to book a place 01323 870035.

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