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 Milland Valley Memorial Hall

Located in the beautiful South Downs National Park on the Sussex - Hampshire border, Milland Valley Memorial Hall is the perfect venue for all community, family, social and business occasions.

The village hall is used by clubs, societies and groups who meet regularly offering a diverse range of activities for members of the community and surrounding areas.

The hall is ideal for holding wedding receptions, children’s parties, dances, concerts, family gatherings or celebrations of any kind. The hall is also suitable for a wide range of corporate and commercial events such as meetings, exhibitions, sales, auctions and conferences.

There is ample private parking and the hall is adjacent to a large recreational field with fenced infant play area, activity trail for older children and a football pitch.

For bookings please click here or call '07500 510709'.

For enquiries please e-mail enquiries@millandvillagehall.co.uk .

Latest News

Unfortunately, due to the current organizers of Little Fishes mother and toddler group being unable to attract a new team it will close at the end of July.   Should anyone feel that they have the time and energy to organize this group could they please contact the hall management committee.  This group has been running in one form or another for some 30 years and it is of great value to those who use it.

A BIG THANK YOU to the organizers of the Nursery School Quiz for a very successful evening and for their donation of £1432 toward hall funds. 

A BIG THANK YOU to all those who sponsored Jake Smith on the LiDBA Ride in June.  We raised £170 in the village and usually we receive double the amount from LiDBA when their finances are settled. 

The Rude Mechanicals will be presenting their Outdoor Theatre show entitled OBERON’S CURE on Thursday 2nd August on Milland Recreation Field starting at 7.30pm – Picnics from 6pm.  Tickets are available online www.therudemechanicalstheatre.co.uk, locally from Milland Stores.  Tickets £16+ concessions.  

As part of the community celebrations to remember the end of WW1 there will be a WW1 Celebration Review on 27 October and a joint church service for the community in the hall for Remembrance Day on 11 November.  

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