As Restrictions start to lift the hall will start to welcome visitors and events back.

The first event to be held in the new hall will be the local council and police commissioner on the 6th May 2021, followed by the Eastham Memorial Hall AGM to be held on the 17th May 2021.

So that events can be run efficiently and involve the whole community they will be run by an events committee and separate from the trustees.

Claire will be co-ordinating the development of the events committee  and can be contacted via email

Claire , Jane and Simon have put together a questionnaire that we hope you will fill in and give your views and ideas to help maximise our fabulous new space.

The Questionnaire can be downloaded in PDF format from the link below if you have not received one in TemeTalk.

AGM 17th May 2021

This years AGM will be held in the new hall on the 17th May at 7pm aswell as by Zoom 

Those wishing to attend need book their place via email  by the 16th May to  so the hall can be set out to meet government guidlines (places may be limited if high demand).  All those attending will need to submit their Name, Address, email and contact number in case needed for contact tracing. There will also be a government QR code that can be zapped on entry.   Face masks are to be worn by everyone attending except those presenting.

Members that have shown an interest in standing this year are Mike Palfrey, Celia Adams and Simon Neary.  Should you wish to vote for or against the above names please download the voting form below or email and we will email you a copy.

Mike Adams will be staying on as the representative of the Parish Council.

Coffee Morning

The first Wednesday of the month is when coffee mornings are held in the hall. All are welcome and there is normally a Raffle and items for sale which have been donated by local people. The coffee mornings are currently still running via Zoom, interested in coming along please contact Celia.

Eastham Garden Club

The garden club meets in the Hall every three months and includes a guest speaker to impart knowledge and useful tips to keen gardeners. Many people also bring plants they have grown for sale.

Entry costs £2.50 which includes refreshments.

Doors open at 7.30.

Please Check calendar for dates