Village Hall


     Upton and Kexby Village Hall

Village Hall Booking Officer is Anne Taylor. Contactable on 01427 788182 or 07468424582

Village Hall Secretary is Carol Wells. Contactable on 01427 788786

Village Hall Chairman is Mark Irving.

Various clubs use the hall ranging from Bowls, Kurling and the W.I.

Post office utilizes on Mon 9-12, Wed 1-4, Thurs 9-12. where you can tax your car and collect foreign currency.

There is also disabled access and children's parties are popular as you can put bouncy castles up in the hall.



Upton & Kexby Tea Towel



 












£3.50
Available from Village Hall Committee members, and at Village Hall functions.


FUTURE VILLAGE HALL FUNDRAISING EVENTS


15th Feb........................ Flix in the stix. (Jungle Book) 7.30.pm
25th Feb ........................Table top sale.  1-4 pm.
15thMar..........................Flix in the stix. 7.30 pm. (Film to be announced).
1st Apr............................Jumble sale . 2 - 4 pm.
17th Apr..........................Flix in the stix. 7.30.pm (Film to be announced).
22nd Apr.........................Table top sale.  1 - 4 pm. 
17th May.........................Flix in the stix.  7.30 pm.  (Film to be announced).






DIGITAL SKILLS

West Lindsey District Council have organised free sessions for anyone wishing to develop their digital skills.

The sessions, which run every week are aimed at people who want to develop their digital skills and gain benefits from using online services to save money, find jobs, connect with other people etc. 
We’re also encouraging members of the public to contact the council via our online channels. Therefore the hub can be used as a weekly drop in for people to report information e.g. to council tax, find information, pay council tax bills, comment on planning applications, make comments, complements or complaints and much more.

 The sessions are run every Monday 9.30 to 11.30.








VILLAGE HALL MURAL
  
The Village Hall Mural has recently had some restoration work done.  This was  to help preserve and enhance the painting and all it's history, for future residents of Upton and Kexby to enjoy.
Councillor Jesse Milne unveiled the mural on Saturday 2nd April.  




The Unveiling



















Spectators admiring the restored mural


Photos by Ian Loxley