Welcome to the Hartlebury Parish Hall website


The Parish Hall remains closed, but is aiming for a phased reopening from August 1st onwards for activities which can comply with the government restrictions in force at the time.

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The main hall is capable of seating 120 people for dining, 150 in theatre style or dancing, 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—why not hire your local parish hall?
Tables, matching crockery and cutlery, are available for those special events—a team can be contracted to style your occasion.
The hall carparks have 50+ spaces.

The hall can be booked for a variety of events, including:
Children’s parties
Other parties
Wedding receptions
Community events
Band or music practise
Anniversary celebrations
Adult parties
and more
Hall Caretaker/Cleaner Required

Part-time with flexible hours
For more details contact
Margaret Higson  01299 253043

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
For more information on any of the above, see 

To book the hall for your event, go to Bookings ()

Hartlebury Parish Hall, in addition to its regular hirings, frequently hosts events to help raise funds towards further renovations. These include dance nights, live music and quizzes.
Website Review
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Worcestershire Children First
Citizens Advice

(Please note, links on this page are provided purely for your interest and do not imply that we endorse or support these organisations, the information on their pages, or their products and services in any way)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What information can we trust?

There is a lot of misinformation out there–people look at social media feeds and see all sorts of stories. But it’s just a case of looking at where the story has come from and whether it’s an accredited organisation. Look for information from WHO or from your own individual country’s public bodies

World Health Organization

NHS for health information and advice

GOV.UK–find out the number of cases and risk level in the UK, what to do if you have symptoms, what the government is doing about the virus, social distancing, mental health, domestic abuse.

  • GOV.UK—The best place to find government services and information
  • SAGE—Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies COVID-19 response
  • Update 18 May 2020—Coronavirus symptoms
  • Guidance—on staying alert and safe (social distancing)
  • Guidance—for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Guidance—How to wear and make a cloth face covering
  • Advice and guidance—for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Refuge  For women and children. Against domestic violence.
Freephone 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247

Information from Worcestershire County Council

  • WCC—Guidance has changed as of 11 May 2020

Global Coronavirus Cases—Data and Maps

  • JHU—John Hopkins University–experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness
  • Worldometer —Coronavirus Cases, Deaths, Recovered
  • COVID19INFO.LIVE—Real-time updates & stats

Mental Health

  • Mind—Coronavirus and your wellbeing
  • Mental Health—Looking after your mental health during Coronavirus
  • Rethink—Managing your mental health during Coronavirus outbreak
  • MencapEasy Read Information about Coronavirus (Covid-19)
  • AnxietyUK—Coronanxiety Support & Resources

Community Action Response launched in the face of emerging Coronavirus crisis

What should I do now? New lockdown rules

MoneySavingExpert advice

Government's first steps to ease lockdown restrictions in England
(Step 1) From 13 May
  • Work from home if you can—but if you can't, you may be able to return to your workplace
  • Unlimited exercise outdoors
  • Meet a friend outdoors—but stay 2m apart
(Step 2) From 1 June
  • Phased return for nursery and some primary—Reception,Years 1 and 6
  • Secondary pupils in Years 10 and 12 may be able to meet teachers
  • Phased reopening of non-essential shops
  • Sport may begin behind closed doors
(Step 3) From 4 July
  • Some pubs and restaurants, also hairdressers and beauty salons may reopen
  • Leisure facilities, like cinemas, and places of worship could reopen

Some Good News


Kate Byrne, who runs regular Yoga sessions at the hall, held a hugely successful fund raising Yin Yoga and Gong event on February 15th in aid of Animals Australia.

Click the Koala to see the official 'Thank You'
from Animals Australia.

Hartlebury Parish Hall logo

Coming Up

Current Date

Some news at last!
Work due to start on patio doors—waiting for contractor availability.

Things to do during Lockdown

Colour Images From Blank Originals…


Classic Vintage Mandala

Classic Vintage Mandala

Forest Girl

Forest Girl

Cactus Girl

Cactus Girl



Image Colouring

More images to colour in—
Mandalas, miscellaneous and Rainbow Trail