Village Hall Events
Come and support your community
All events in the Village Hall unless stated otherwise.
Tickets available in advance from The HUB, or at the door, unless stated otherwise.
Although you can always pay at the door, we (who do the catering for these events and like to have some idea of numbers) REALLY DO appreciate it if, before the event you can buy your ticket as above.
David Marshall Triptych
Launch of our Village Hall events programme designed to promote community wellbeing as we emerge from the pandemic
Hambleton District Council's Making a Difference fund is helping the Village Hall to support a range of social and cultural events. Look out for posters because events will take place throughout the year.
Tuesday 3rd. 7pm
Book Lovers Group
All are welcome to come along and chat and share with the group any books they've enjoyed or even those they have not!
Thursday August 5th
Feast Quoits - Black Horse Inn
Juniors 2pm, Ladies 3pm, Men 4pm.
Kirkby Fleetham's Got Talent
Visit the online platform to watch the Virtual Talent Show where all pre-recorded videos will be showcased. More details later.
Thursday 19th. 7.15pm
WI 100th Anniversary Celebrations
Everyone is invited to come along and enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of cake and see what the WI can offer.
Saturday 4th 10am - 12 noon
Church Coffee Morning resumes
Saturday 18th 7.30pm
BBC Look North's Jeff Brown in conversation with
Dr Dan Jackson
We're delighted to present Sunday Times History Book of the Year author Dan Jackson in conversation with Jeff Brown. Jeff's engaging style and Dan's reputation as one of the leading historians of his generation will ensure this is a fascinating evening of insight and discussion into the history of the north east and its people.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite online or in person from Mike Dillon, Stapleton House, KF.
This is a free event, supported by Hambleton District Council's Making a Difference Fund
Sunday 19th 4pm
Keith James and the music of Cat Stevens
Keith James will also be part of our launch of our series of Making a Difference events with a Sunday concert. KF Village Hall is proud to present an evening of superb music and insight into the creative life of Yususf - Cat Stevens one of the Country's most celebrated performers.
Licensed bar and refreshments available.
This event is supported by HDC's Making a Difference Fund. It is in aid of UNICEF UK Syrian Children's Appeal.
Tickets £12.50 in person from Mike Dillon, Stapleton House, KF (email@example.com or 07713 131980) or online at Eventbrite