The Victory Hall
(Information reproduced from Hamstreet Victory Hall Website)
Hamstreet Victory Hall was finally opened in 1961, after many years of raising funds, starting just after the end of World War II, hence the name chosen for the hall.
The hall was opened by the actress Dinah Sheridan, who stated at the opening ceremony that she would consider herself to be ‘the hall’s godmother’.
In September 2011, the village joined with the present committee to celebrate the hall’s 50th birthday. One or two of the original committee were able to attend and see the changes made over the last 50 years.
The Victory Hall is situated in the centre of the village, with good access to all, including both parking and access for the disabled. The hall fronts on to a delightful village green, which is very well used as a social area with parents sitting on the benches watching their children play; and on the west side of the hall it has a play area for the younger children.
To book please contact Eileen Howard on 01233 732568.
or mail Wendy Fisher – firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information, Photos and Booking Information can be found on the Victory Hall Website