Headley Village Hall
Established 1925

Contacts Location
Regular Activities
Forthcoming Events
Bookings Rates
Facilities History
Information for Hirers
Photos of use


Warning: There are 3 Headleys - are you looking at the right one?
Information on other villages called Headley

Headley Village Hall in 1994



Please note that the information below gives a general guide as to times and dates of regular activities — some may vary according to term times, etc.
Please contact the appropriate society for more detailed information.

Pilates Monday 10–11am & 11–Noon
07890 628780
Hilary Bishop School of Dance & Drama Monday 3.30–7.00 pm 01428 605290
West Coast Swing Monday 7.30–10pm  
Come Dancing (ballroom) Tuesday 9.30am–2pm 01420 520814
Headley Theatre Club Tuesday 6.45–10.00 pm 01428 712892
Pilates Wednesday 9.15–10.15am (& 6–7pm) 07890 628780
Dog Obedience Wednesday 11.30–4.15pm 01428 713954
Pilates Wednesday 6–7pm 07890 628780
Ringcraft for dogs Wednesday 7.30–9.30 pm 01428 712601
Circuit Training Thursday 8.45–10am 07801 532865
Line Dancing Thursday 10.15am–12.45pm [class full] 01428 723629
Crafting B's 3rd Thursday 2–4 pm [members only] 01420 477243
Headley Theatre Club juniors Thursday 6.45–7.45 pm
(except school holidays & Hort Soc days)
01428 712892
Headley Theatre Club Thursday 7.45–10.00 pm (except Hort Soc days) 01428 712892
Fitsteps Friday 9.30–11.30 pm 01420 479291
Gentle Aerobics Friday 1.30–2.30 pm 07877 865471

Horticultural Society meetings at 8pm on 3rd Thursday evening of the month in the winter (Sep–Nov & Jan–Mar), plus shows, as announced 01428 712010

See the Notice Board at the Hall foyer for contacts and forthcoming events.

The Hall is available for hire at all other times at very reasonable rates.

Catering facilities, a sound system and a skittle alley are also available.
Contact the booking secretary on 01428 712561 for details

See Information for Hirers — see photos of users



Jan 11/12 &18/19Toad of Toad Hall by Headley Theatre Club

Sat 14th September10.30am to 4.30pm – "Here's Headley" – a chance for you to promote your local club or society for FREE – for details ring 01428 712892.


Contact Alton Community Centre, Amery St, Alton GU34 1HN (Tel: 01420 85057) for enrolment – www.altoncommunitycentre.org.uk
(Running of all courses subject to sufficient numbers enrolling)


Warning: There are 3 Headleys – are you looking at the right one?
Many people have turned up at the wrong one!
Ours is the Headley near Bordon in East Hampshire — Arford Road, Headley, Bordon GU35 8LJ
Information on other villages called Headley

Headley Village Hall is situated adjacent to the north side of the Village Green. From the Green, take the turning to Arford off the B3002; the Hall entrance is immediately on your left. See Google Maps (which erroneously calls the road Liphook Road!)


Chairman Neil Hardinge (01428) 717358
Hon Secretary Dil Williamson-Smith (01428) 712892
Hon Treasurer John Owen Smith (01428) 712892
Bookings Secretary Rosemary Schofield (01428) 712561

Trustees committee meetings — Representatives of regular users of the Village Hall are welcome to attend – please contact the Hon Secretary for further information. Next committee meeting: 8pm Friday 2nd November 2018


Bookings Secretary (01428) 712561 or use E-mail (link at top of page)

The Hall is available for such activities as:—



The rates for hiring the Hall are competitive with other similar facilities in the area. Rates include the use of our kitchen which is fitted to comply with Health & Safety standards for food preparation.

Please contact the Bookings Secretary for quotes, including all-day rates for weddings, etc.

Thinking of starting a Group? The Trustees of Headley Village Hall are offering an initial period at a discount to get you off the ground if you would like to try starting a Group meeting in the Village Hall during weekday mornings or early afternoons. Contact the Chairman, Jerry Truelove, on 01428 714116 or use E-mail (link at top of page)


Headley Village Hall is the home base for Headley Theatre Club, the local amateur dramatic society founded in 1952, which meets in the Hall most Thursday evenings throughout the year.

The Club has Junior (6–11), Youth (12–18) and Senior sections, and performs up to four productions in the Hall each year, as well as a number of travelling shows.

A friendly club. New members of any standard (or none!) are always welcome.

For further information see their website.

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