Hoxne Village Hall

St. Edmund`s Hall, Goldbrook

St Edmund's Hall

Goldbrook

Hoxne

IP21 5AN

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To book the hall or for more information please contact Sharon Knights 07876 215269 or use the contact link below.

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Regular Events

 

Mondays - Ballroom Dancing 7.00-9.15, termly

                Village Voices Choir 7.30, October - April

                 

Tuesdays - Pilates 9.30-10.30

                 Swiss Ball 5:45-6:45

                 Yoga 7:30-9:00

                 Phoenix Ladies Group 7.30, 2nd Tuesday

 

Wednesdays - Stained Glass 10.00-13.00, bi-wkly

                     Hoxon Hundred Morris Dancing,

                     September - May

 

Thursdays -  Pilates 9:00-10:00

                   Tai Chi, 12:30 - 14:00

                   Garden & Social Club 7.30, 3rd Thursday

                   Parish Council, 1st Thursday, November to April                    

 

Fridays - Greengold Market & Agora Cafe 9.30 - 11.30

              Film Nights 7.30pm, 2nd Friday - for details

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Saturdays - Hoxne Produce & Craft Market, 2nd Saturday

                  10.00-2.00, March to November

 

Event organisers details are shown on the Contact page

 

Film Nights

The Hoxne Phoenix Group presents The Crettingham Murder, a talk by Mark Mitchels

Tuesday 14 November at 7pm

A fearful murder” “Curate cuts vicar’s throat”

In aid of SERV, dedicated volunteers delivering blood and other emergency products for the NHS

 

Followed by light refreshments and a glass of wine

Tickets £5 in advance. Contact: Vivienne Bradford 01379 668551

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The Waveney Valley Folk Collective presents

Kirsty Merryn & Jack Harris

Sat, 11 November 8:00pm

Singer-songwriter Kirsty Merryn tells stories of boxing champions, forgotten heroines and frozen winters. She has become a regular on London’s folk scene, delighting the crowds with her delicately introspective piano based songs and sophisticated musical style.

Jack Harris is a multi-award winning singer-songwriter and poet, most notably the first non-American to win the 2005 New Folk Songwriting Competition at Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas.

Tilly Moses provides the support. Orginally from Suffolk her debut album, Alight & Adrift, was released in June to incredible critical acclaim.

Tickets £10 or £8 in advance from our website.

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