Milton Village Hall, situated in the South Derbyshire Hamlet of Milton, is a lively meeting place for many diverse groups and a wide variety of events will be held this year for local people and visitors to enjoy.
2013 was a milestone year for Milton with the Completion of the long awaited kitchen extension, which further improves the facilities of the Hall.
The Village Hall, started life in 1890 as a Mission Room and venue for religious services. It has been cared for and maintained by the local community for over 100 years with new facilities added.
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Driving to the hall? The postcode for your Sat Nav is DE65 6EF
The Hall is the perfect size for adults or childrens' parties, meetings, practice sessions, or small receptions. It is large enough to accommodate 60 people for a seated event but small enough to be friendly and welcoming. For events where no seating is required up to 100 people can be accommodated.
The Hall is used for self defence classes, parties, WI meetings, band practices and community social events. Annual events include music nights, harvest supper, Christmas party, murder mystery evening, and teas for the outdoor events of the summer fete and open gardens.
The hall hosts a wide variety of community events and private parties.
In March 2013 work began on the new kitchen and was completed in July 2013 after a grant was received from Derbyshire County Council.