Activities and classes at the Village Hall
We are pleased to say that the Village Hall remains open to all of our regular users
It remains important to respect and be considerate of those who are more vulnerable and who may wish to take a more cautious approach and to keep our staff safe, so we expect you to continue to make use of the hand sanitising stations/dispensers.
Guidance advises that wearing a face covering will reduce your risk and the risk to others, where you come into contact with people you don't normally meet in enclosed and crowded spaces.
We ask that windows remain open for ventilation purposes throughout the booking.
Consider individual risks, such as clinical vulnerabilities and vaccination status.
The limits on the amount of people allowed in each room will also be ending from Monday 19th July 2021. Previous room capacity is to be restored. This stands at:
The Cottage x 25
The Alan Talbott Room x 50
The Broughton Hall x 130
The Astley Room x 15
Apart from during the full lockdown, we are very proud that our venue has remained open throughout the pandemic. The measures that we have put in place have proven successful in keeping everyone safe and we wish to continue doing so in the future. With this is mind we ask that you adhere to our rules and remember that you are now asked to be responsible for your own safety.
Thank you for your understanding.
Contact Sandra 07962104533 or visit the Preschool Playstation
3 hour or 6 hour sessions Monday to Friday
9 am to 12 pm and 12 pm to 3 pm
15 hours funded for 3 and 4 year olds.
30 hours funding available and 2 year old funding available.
Aprille Ward runs Active Retirement fitness classes on Mondays and Fridays at 9:30am
This includes work on chairs and standing exercises.
Aprille also holds Body Tone & Stretch classes on Wednesday mornings at 9:15am and Thursday evenings at 7:00pm.
The class involves work on the floor and the use of light weights.
Please note that there is a waiting list for these classes.
Please contact Aprille by email : email@example.com
Have you ever tried Boccia?
Test your accuracy and skills by having a go at this Paralympic sport!
Equipment and drinks provided. Every Tuesday here at the hall.
12:30pm - 13:30pm £2.50
Kurling also on Tuesdays 11:00am-12:00pm £2.50
Kurling and Boccia together for £4.00
Contact BAVG for more details 0808 528 4477
You may also contact Jack Johnson:
BROUGHTON ASTLEY CAMERA CLUB
Your friendly local club for everyone interested in photography
We usually meet on the first and third Tuesdays every month as a forum for local photographers of all abilities who enjoy photography and want to learn more.
Our first meeting of the month is in the Cottage at Broughton Astley Village Hall. This normally has tutorial sessions and discussion on a variety of techniques and subjects.
The second monthly meeting is usually a practical photo shoot when we photograph a variety of locations.
For further details please join our Facebook group:
Broughton Astley Camera Club (Photographic Society)
or contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org
Broughton Astley Heritage Society
Please contact Bob Wrathrall, Secretary of Broughton Astley Heritage Society on: 01455 285366
The Heritage Society also has Facebook and Twitter pages.
Follow BAHS on Facebook page 'Broughton Astley Heritage Society'
On Twitter: Broughton Astley HS address @baheritagesoc
Broughton Astley Tot's Club
The Broughton Astley Tot's Club hold their regular meetings every Thursday morning 9:30-11:00 am.
This costs just £3.00 per family.
Come along to socialise and take part in lots of fun activities including an Art Corner, Bouncy Castle, toys, tea, cake and lots more...
Term time only.
Parents/carers responsible for their child.
Pilates at Broughton Astley Village Hall every Tuesday morning 9:15 - 10:15 am
Please call Hannah for more details on: 07824789504
Fitness with Hannah
Legs, Bums & Babies
Fitness with Hannah
Legs, Bums & Babies fitness class here at the Village Hall on Friday mornings 11:00am to 11:45am
Fat burning, calories torching and motivating!
0789 699 2490
There are regular Karate classes here in the main hall on Tuesday, Thursday evenings and on Friday afternoons.
Broughton Astley Volunteer Group now have an established Knit and Natter get together. This takes place at the Village Hall in the Cottage every Friday morning.
If you would like more information please get in touch either on our Freephone number: 0808 528 4477 or email email@example.com
New age kurling sessions are held in the main hall on Monday & Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings.
Aprille Ward hosts a session on Monday mornings.
Please contact Aprille by email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Johnson hosts Tuesday and Wednesday sessions.
Please contact Jack by email: email@example.com or
TIME TO RELAX
Here at The Little Sensory Company, we're big fans of baby massage and the many benefits it can offer infants. Exceptionally effective at helping little ones to relax and feel secure, it's a wonderful way to promote better bonding and connection with your baby.
Offered by Louise, an experienced masseuse and mum of two, it's a tried and tested method. Giving you the chance to create a real sense of safety and security, it can help even the most fractious of infants to feel happier.
BOOK A LITTLE MASSAGE CLASS:
Make, create and unwind in a workshop designed to help you tune in to your creative self- expression. Join like minded people who enjoy crafting. Make some unique pieces of clay trinkets and totally indulge in some relaxing time out.
Please visit: https://www.facebook.com/louisestoneartandminds/?ref=page_internal for more details.
Telephone: 07757 670876
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Natalie Rew holds a regular Zumba class every Wednesday 11:00 am to 11:55am
Please contact Natalie for more information on 0796 8944968.
Or visit: https://bookwhen.com/nattyroo
The NCT hold regular sessions here in the Cottage on Thursday evenings.
With over 60 years' experience supporting new mums and dads, you can rely on NCT's range of fun, informative and social antenatal classes and postnatal courses to support you through pregnancy, birth and your new life as a parent.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website for more information:
THE UK'S ORIGINAL & AWARD-WINNING CONTEMPORARY CHOIR
If you love to sing, you'll love Rock Choir!
No auditions and no musical knowledge needed.
It's all about singing, fun, community, friendship and life-changing experiences! We rehearse in over 250 towns across the UK.
Here in Broughton Astley we sing on a Wednesday 12:30-2:00pm.
Tai Chi Classes
Malcolm Soulsby holds a weekly Tai Chi class in the main hall 1:30-2:30 pm on Mondays.
Please contact Malcolm: email@example.com 01455 324008
TLC Academy - Tamsin Croot
Tamsin Croot brings Clubbercise sessions to the Village Hall on Wednesday evenings.
Please email Tamsin at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 07497385529
The Women's Institute have regular monthly meetings here at the Village Hall.
They organise fund raising events such as Tabletop Sales and Boot Fairs
Please contact Bev Sharp on 01455 282587 or Fran Marsland on 01455 282118 for further information.
Join Sarah Heeley in 'Yoga for Relaxation' at Broughton Astley Village Hall.
Monday evenings 7:30pm-8:45pm
Learn how to cultivate calm in mind, body and spirit.
Gentle and restorative Hatha yoga suitable for all experience levels. Sarah offers a peaceful practice of postures, pranayama breathing, guided meditation and mantra to rejuvenate mind, body and spirit. She is passionate about the positive effects that regular yoga practice can have on health and well-being and would encourage anyone and everyone to come and have a go! If you would like to discuss private sessions, corporate classes or yoga for your event please do get in touch with Sarah:
or email email@example.com
Zerin Smith holds regular classes on a Thursday morning in The Cottage, here at the Village Hall on Station Road.
There are Story, Massage & Movement classes, as well as Baby Massage & Yoga classes.
Message from Zerin:
My classes are designed to be relaxed, welcoming and fun. Touch is your baby's most important sense as they develop, so learning baby massage and yoga is a lovely way to bond with your baby. Group courses are also a great way to meet other parents and make new friendships.
There is always time for coffee and cakes after the massage is over and your baby relaxes and enjoys sensory time.
I am trained and qualified through the IAIM (International Association of Infant Massage)