Events Diary

In the current health emergency, the hall has been closed and all events cancelled. The list below is retained for information only

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March 2020

Friday 6th: The Glade Tavern opens its doors at 7pm

Sunday 8thDawn Chorus Walk led by naturalist and bird expert Ed Drewett, organised by The Narth Footpath Project.  6am start, followed by continental breakfasts in the Village Hall.  £10 per person – contact Jane Gilliard to book a place: 861974 or contact us via this website.  Numbers are limited

Friday 13th: Films on The Narth & in Penallt present Knives Out [12A] at Pelham Hall 7.30pm. Reviews and trailer on the Pelham Hall web site

Saturday 14th: Six Nations Super Saturday: watch live rugby with friends at the hall, with licensed bar.  CANCELLED due to match cancellation

Tuesday 17thWye Valley Women talk by Robin Smith, the award-winning photographer and wildlife filmmaker.  Robin will be talking about Paradise Found – Filming Birds of Paradise. Details

Saturday 21stFun Quiz at the Hall, £2 entry with proceeds to the hall and St David’s Hospice. Booking details

Friday 27th: Films on The Narth & in Penallt present Official Secrets [15] at The Narth Hall 7.30pm. Reviews and trailer on the Pelham Hall web site

Tuesday 31st March: The Narth Garden Club meeting, Sally Gregson will discuss Plants – They Just Don’t Read the Books.  7.30pm start, guests welcome

April 2020

Friday 3rd: Films on The Narth & in Penallt present Downton Abbey [PG] at The Pelham Hall 7.30pm. Reviews and trailer on the Pelham Hall web site

Friday 3rd: The Glade Tavern opens its doors at 7pm

Friday 24th: Films on The Narth & in Penallt present The Good Liar [15] at The Narth Hall 7.30pm. Note this is a change from the original programme which shows 1917 for this date.  Reviews and trailer on the Pelham Hall web site

Tuesday 28th: The Narth Garden Club meeting,  Marion Stainton talks about Good Companions – extending interest in the small garden. Doors open 7.30pm, talk starts at 8pm, guests welcome

May 2020

Tuesday 26th: The Narth Garden Club meeting, Ross Barbour is Flummoxed by Ferns. Doors open 7.30pm, talk starts at 8pm, guests welcome

Saturday 30thThe Narth Garden Club Plant Sale and Coffee Morning at the hall.