Welcome to Stonham Aspal in Suffolk in the United Kingdom
- Adult - £7.50
- Seniors & Children aged 4 - 14 - £6.00
- Family of 5 - £30.00
- Children under 4 go free
Today the usual Breakfast (for men) was held at the Mid Suffolk Light Railway, the next event will be back at the Village Hall on 9th December.
Stonham Aspal Village Hall
As the village hall is now refurbished the committee felt it was time to review the pricing structure:
Hire Charges: effective from 1st October 2017
Main Hall & Committee Room:
Monday to Thursday inclusive: Daily Hourly
Villagers bookings: £30 £10
Other bookings: £40 £15
Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays:
Villagers bookings £40 £15
Other bookings: £80 £20
Deposit required for Parties/Functions: £50 - £100
Deposit only refunded if hall is left clean and tidy.
All damage and breakages are to be paid for
Hire of Furniture: £30 deposit required.
Large Tables £3.00 each
Small Tables £2.00 each
Chairs not available for hire.
For Bookings contact: Charles Tydeman, Goldings, East End Lane, Stonham Aspal: Tel: 01449 711530
Carolyn Garrod: 01449 711738
Christmas Cabaret Night
At: Stonham Aspal Village Hall.
Saturday 16th December. 7.30pm
Tickets: Adults & Children over 11yrs: £10
Children under 11 yrs: £2.50 Under 5yrs free
Reserve the date!
For those waiting for fibre at East End - roadworks are taking place 18-20 October to connect the cabinet on the A1120 and Crowfield Church road junction. Give it another few weeks!
Today I dropped in to take some photos of the inside of the refurbishment of the Village Hall.
Thanks to the few people who have been busy, it looks really good inside!”Read
The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary invites the whole family down to the East Anglian Falconry and Countryside Fair at the Mid Suffolk Showground on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th October from 10am to 4:30pm.
Visitors will witness main ring displays of horseback falconry, ferret and net work, carriage driving, dog agility, horse logging, traditional falconry and the ever popular chance to meet some hounds!
There will be a huge variety of countryside exhibitors including equine supplies, craft stalls, organic beauty products, gardening, sculpture and pottery. A diverse range of food stands will also be on hand to tempt your appetite or why not take advantage of free donkey and carriage ride?
This weekend of activities is in aid of the refurbishment of the now cramped and inadequate hospital for injured wild owls and birds of prey at The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary. Plans for the new hospital include larger consulting rooms, better rehabilitation facilities and a new viewing room that will enable visitors to unobtrusively view the work of the hospital.
Please join us for a good cause on this weekend of fun!
Admission to the fair also includes entry to the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary, situated just a couple of steps away.