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The new hall
OFFTON WILLISHAM THE HALL
OFFTON is a small village of less than 350 houses to the west of Ipswich and lying between Hadleigh and Needham Market. The parish boundaries are shared with Elmsett, Naughton, Nedging, Wattisham, Great Bricett, Ringshall, Willisham, Nettlestead, and Somersham. WILLISHAM borders Offton to the North and East. Ringshall, Barking, Nettlestead also border the village. It is very similar to Offton in having some ancient farmsteads mixed with more modern properties. St. Mary's Church, Willisham sits on a hill overlooking the valley below in which Offton lies Offton and Willishams village hall is a modern wood hall built in 2010. It Opened officially on the 15th October 2011

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                ADDRESS: Lower Coney Grove, Offton, IP8 4RA

The Offton & Willisham Village Hall is now available for hire. The hall is light and airy and has great facilities including a modern kitchen. Internet access is available. A large screen for showing films and presentations is also provided.

                                                                  Ideal for use by corporate organisations during the day.

Currently Wednesday and Friday evenings are booked up.

Booking Contact: 01473 657431

24 February 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm start - showing: 'THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN US'

08 March 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm showing: 'WIND RIVER'

13 March 2018 CANASTA Club
7.30 pm - everyone can join in at any time

23 March 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm showing: 'BREATHE'

10 April 2018 CANASTA Club
7.30 pm - everyone is welcome to join in

12 April 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm showing: 'MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS'

14 April 2018 Race Night
7.30 pm -- a fun evening, all are welcome, tickets available from 01473 658547

17 April 2018 Coffee Morning
10.30 am everyone is welcome at this informal meeting with friends and neighbours

21 April 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm showing: 'PADDINGTON 2'

10 May 2018 Flicks in the Sticks
7.30 pm showing: 'FILM STARS DON'T DIE IN LIVERPOOL'