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The main hall is capable of seating 96 people for dining, or 100 theatre style, accommodating all types of events. With a lounge bar and terrace with picturesque views, traditional stage with changing facilities, a modern kitchen and committee room, the parish hall is an ideal venue for parties, fitness groups, hobby groups, meetings, anniversaries, conferences, concerts, dances, family events. Tables, matching crockery and cutlery, are available for those special events.
   A team can be contracted to style your occasion.
   The hall can be booked for a variety of events, including:
children’s parties, other parties, wedding receptions, community events, interest groups, band or music practise, concerts, anniversary celebrations, wakes and more. The hall car parks have 50+ spaces.

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Address: Waresley Court Road, Hartlebury  DY11 7TQ

  07450 323958  


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Meraki Events


Finding Chester


Finding Chester is our children's show for this season, and it features the wonderful Rhubarb Theatre Company.

The show is a visually inventive, original story, full of comedy, songs, mask, puppetry, shadow, dance and original music. It's a theatrical feast for everyone and in particular those between 5-12 years of age.

Edith Tiddles gets everything delivered to her door. Groceries, clothes, toilet rolls. Even her favourite monthly magazine ‘Purr-fect Paws’. She hasn’t stepped outside of her home in 15 years. But when Chester her cat goes missing, Edith needs the help of her local delivery man Trevor and his mousey trainee, Taz, to get her cat back.
Finding Chester takes us on a bumpy journey around Britain’s treasured towns, cities and countryside, as our two unlikely heroes follow the tracks of the missing moggy. From Leicester to Lands’ End, London to the Lakes. Will Chester and Edith be reunited? Join Rhubarb Theatre to find out.


Swing from Paris

Hall Activities, Interest Groups and other Local Activities
Community Café, Drama, Gardening, theWI, History, Yoga, Dance, Craft, Pétanque, Choir, Flower Arranging, Practical Shooting, Football, Art,
Riding For Disabled, Walking For Health, Social Singles.

Hartlebury Parish Hall, in addition to its regular bookings, frequently hosts events to help raise funds towards further renovations. These include dance nights, live music and quizzes.

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Live&Local Video of the hall 24-01-2023

Website Review
"I must say that your website is by far the most professional that I have encountered as far as village halls go." Phil M

Parish Council Elections Results


Events Coming Up

Community Café
Popular Tuesday coffee morning in the main hall
All welcome
Tuesdays 10–12
* Save the date for the Christmas Café …
…17 December 11.00am–1.00pm
Since 2016 £14,295 raised for charities

Parish Council

Finding Chester
Next meeting
Tuesday 5 March 7.00pm
Hartlebury Parish Hall

Becoming Families

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Next session
Thursday 7 March
Hartlebury Parish Hall
For details see main panel

Hall Layout

Becoming Families hall layout

 Meraki Events 


Sunday 17 March

Hartlebury Parish Hall
For details see main panel


Finding Chester Van
Thursday 21 March
Doors open 5.30pm
Show starts 6.00pm
Tickets £12.50 (A) / £4.50 (C)
or from the Community Café
For details see main panel

Ma Bessie After Hours

Ma Bessie After Hours

Friday 17 May 7.30pm
Hartlebury Parish Hall
Tickets £12.50 (age 18+)

tickets online

Details coming

steve jones presents

Shakin' Stevens Tribute

Swing from Paris

Swing from Paris

Swing from Paris

An evening of Parisian-flavoured jazz and Gypsy Swing
Friday 19 July
Doors open 7.00pm
Show starts 7.30pm
Tickets £15.00
Details—see main panel


Support Ukraine


Portable Apps Ukrainian Software Suite

Millridge Way

Click here to access PDF downloads of the proposed development and the questionnaire.

Parish Magazine