Hett Village Hall
Hett Village, County Durham DH6 5LN

Our wonderful hall started life as a WW2 Nissen Hut and in 2012 celebrated 50 years in the village. Over that time several generations have  given generously  of their time and skills so that today we have  a fully refurbished facility with an outside defibrillator, modern heating and lighting, double glazing, a well equipped kitchen and ancillary bar facilities. The hall is actively managed and has attained “Hallmark” status. We aim to ensure that the hall is always clean and presentable and that maintenance is scheduled and up to date so that it smiles its quirky welcome and extends its greeting to all fortunate enough to use it.

"Hett Happenings" is our quarterly Newsletter. You can enjoy each issue online from the menu bar on the left of this page. For those who prefer paper, a printed copy of this Newsletter is delivered to every household in the village , so we truly are inclusive

Hett Village Hall Association [HVHA] runs the Hall. We have active Trustees and a Management Committee.We are an inclusive group.

Users of and visitors to the Hall are  welcomed  irrespective of age, disability:gender reassignment; marriage;  civil partnership; pregnancy; maternity; race; religion or belief; or sexual orientation. Likewise we encourage all residents of the village to contribute to the management and running of the Hall. Without in anyway underestimating or failing to appreciate the contribution of "older heads"  we encourage younger people, including those under 18,  to step forward to help shape the future. The straightforward procedure  for nominations is circulated before each Annual General Meeting [AGM]
 
We hope that this website will be a living thing, rather than simply a snapshot of a moment in our history.We will certainly update regularly but, more than that, we really hope visitors will send in feedback, reviews, news, photos, in fact anything which will make this website more dynamic , relevant and of interest to all
 
Please click on the "Contact" tab to the left of this page to see how to get in touch
 
 
  
 

 
 
 
                  

HVHA renovations has also been supported by the County Durham Foundation, The Spennymoor Area Action Partnership & Christ’s Hospital, Durham – Sherburn House Trust

 
 
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