Clubs & Societies
Regular Activities for Children and Adults
The Hall can accommodate meetings up to 100 people or 70- 80 seated at tables (tables and chairs are available). To one end of the Hall there is a small stage area that can be used for speakers or chairing larger meetings. It is often used without seating for dance classes, keep fit and similar events.
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Regular booking is subject to availability, please contact us for further information.
Please read the linked letter inviting regular users to committee meetings, the AGM and a form to complete about use of the Hall
The Hall currently hosts the following clubs and societies
Mandy Godding Theatre Arts Classes
Mondays 3:30pm and 7:30pm
Tap, Ballet and Modern Dance for children from 2 1/2 years +
Aimed at the more mature lady but any age are welcome.
2nd Tuesday in the month 7-10pm
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3rd Tuesday of the month 7:30-10:30pm
MRSVS are a Steam Engine group that meet once a month.
Longford Parish Council Meeting
1st Tuesday Monthly 7:30pm
Longford Parish Council help to provide a wide range of services and are always working hard to improve standards. The council operates efficiently and in accordance with rules and procedures as laid down by the Local Authorities Act 1972.
Longford Brownies & Guides
Our Senior Citizen Art Classes are specially designed to complement the day to day activities of our members — providing an opportunity for them to learn a new skill or change their daily routine. All of our programs and activities are designed to provide entertainment, education and fun in a warm and inviting environment.
2nd Saturday monthly 2:00-5:00pm
For cactus lovers.
Gloucestershire Care Services are regular users of Longford Village Hall and meet weekly to provide exercise and education sessions as part of the Cardiac Rehabilitation programme. The hall itself is easily accessible by car or public transport and the parking availableaccommodates our service user’s needs. The hall capacity is such that we are able to accommodate a larger group of up to 18 patients which enables us to make best use of the resources available. In addition we have the use of a large, well fitted kitchen to provide hospitality to patients which enhances their overall experience of our service. We are also able to store equipment in a secure cupboard at the venue which reduces our manual handling
risks to staff. The staff who manage the venue are responsive to our needs which enables us to deliver an efficient service to our patients who live in the locality.
Aimed at toddlers and pre-school children
Details to follow
Gloucester Area UNISON Retired Members' Association
3 rd Wednesday Each Month (less August) 2.00 - 4.00 pm
Contact Mary Neale (Secretary)
Tel 014352 522971