Overview of events ...

The Village Hall Committee run a wide range of social events throughout the year to appeal to all ages with a view to enjoying ourselves whilst raising money for the upkeep and refurbishment of the hall.
We have held village lunches, banquets, murder mystery evenings, regular film shows, quiz nights, wine tasting sessions, jumble sales, Christmas fayres and produce shows. We always welcome new ideas.
If you would like email reminders of village hall events and are not already on our mailing list then contact Andrew at ajmoore900@aol.com

Why not try one of the planned events and bring a friend!

2018 refurbishment

2018 Refurbishment News ...

We are there!!!!

To read all about it click here.

peter rabbit

Events for 2018 ...

• Final Yoga for 2018 - December 14th at 10.00 am .. details here

• 26th Jan - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'Lion'
• 23rd Feb - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'Churchill'
• 24th Feb - 7.30 pm - Murder Mystery Banquet - Potters Toys "Accident"
• 22nd - 24th March CATS pantomime 'Sleeping Beauty'
• 27th Mar - 12.30 pm - Village Lunch
• 27th Apr - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'The Italian Job'
• 25th May - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'The Greatest Showman'
• 29th Jun - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'Paddington 2'
•  2nd Sep - commencing 2pm - Village Produce Show
• 28th Sep - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'The Shape of Water'
•  2nd Nov - 7.30 pm - Cinema Club - 'Journey's End'
• 10th Nov - 10.00 am - Craft Fayre and Church Patronal Festival
•  4th Dec - 12.30 pm - Village Lunch
•  7th Dec - 7.00 pm - Cinema Club - 'Peter Rabbit'

STILL TO COME: that's it for 2018, many thanks for all your support.

2017 craft fayre

Events in 2017 ...

The committee had another very successful year. Fundraising events included a craft fayre that raised a tremendous £674 (some photos here); the Murder Mystery "Murder On-Air" set in a community Radio Station raised £760; and the very successful quiz night £435.
The Cinema Club is still doing well covering costs every time and with some very popular evenings such as the showing of Plastic Ocean with Geff Brighty attending for an enlightening and scary Q and A session.
The Sparkling Tea Party was an enjoyable and successful afternoon attracting nearly 40 entries, and raising £420. One of our regular banquets was, as usual, well attended and raised over £500.
We also have our postcards based on last year's treasure map as featured on BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House.

mystery 2016

Events in 2016 ...

Fundraising events in 2016 included the Gala Banquet in February, which was a fantastic evening enjoyed by all. Thanks to the generosity of donors, diners, and bidders, this raised nearly £3,000.
The craft fayre raised £230, the village lunches raised over £400 and the produce show held in Glebe House garden raised over £800 (thanks to Ross and Annabel for letting us pitch camp there for the afternoon).
The very successful quiz night raised over £350 and, for those of you who missed it, Liechtenstein is bordered by Austria and Switzerland.
The Catworth Cinema Club had another cracking year raising over £1,600 with the highlight of a Cambridgeshire premier of 'The Doo Dah Man' attended by the Director Claude Green.
In May the Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society held its fifteenth home grown murder mystery premiere, with a four course banquet as well as the Golf Club murder investigation; this raised over £800 and starred Julie Daniel as the golf pro, Rachel McCreath as a not so grieving widow, Paul Goodyear as Head Greenkeeper, Pete King as Vice Captain, Steve Kaye as Golf Club bar manager and Pippa Ellson as bar maid (see photo taken by Andrew Moore as Chief Inspector Driver).

CATS 2015 sisters

Events in 2015 ...

2015 saw the Village Hall host a wide range of activities.
These included eight film nights organised by the Catworth Cinema Club (including a packed house for a sing-a-long to Mamma Mia).
Villagers also enjoyed three village lunches, the popular Quiz Night, the Murder Mystery "The Poison Pen" (which reflected the village passion for writing), a Sparkling Tea Party launching the fund raising for the refurbishment completion, and the Macmillan coffee morning.
In March the Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society presented their version of Cinderella, to great acclaim (see photo); and the year ended with the craft fayre held in conjunction with St Leonard's patronal festival.
All this in addition to the weekly Bowls Club, Art Club and other hirings. The committee covered it's costs and raised £3,500 towards the completion project scheduled for 2018.

craft fair

Events in 2014 ...

In 2014 the Village Hall Committee organised a wide variety of events. There were three well-attended Village Lunches (in January, May and December) and a splendid four-course St David's Day Banquet with entertainment. In April we held a Jumble Sale as well as a highly successful Village Bake Off (photos here).
Also in April, a new Catworth Cinema Club was successfully launched with 'Captain Phillips' and four more films were shown in May, June, September and October (details here).
In September a Macmillan Coffee Morning (with delicious home-made cakes, biscuits and preserves) was held to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Care. In October there was a packed, and hotly contested, Quiz Night; and in November our second Craft Fayre (picture opposite) was very busy all day.

produce show

Events in 2013 ...

In 2013 the Village Hall Committee successfully held five events.
These included a Murder Mystery evening with a four course meal and a very enjoyable wine tasting evening.
Later in the year our annual quiz evening was very well attended and enjoyed by all who took part.
September saw the bi-annual Produce Show (pictured opposite) with the usual fierce competition for the cup for the men only fruit cake!
In December we held our first Christmas Fayre which included stall holders from the village and further afield and saw such delights as homemade bread, puppets and christmas decorations along with some beautiful paintings.