About Kettleburgh Village Hall

In 1924, George Walne, of Kettleburgh Hall, rented out a plot of waste land for the token price of a shilling per year to innkeeper Herbert Hill and farmer John Goddard, both of Kettleburgh, and Reverend R Davies, the rector of Brandeston. The three tenants committed to build a hall for use as a reading room, for dancing, concerts, or ‘any other kind of amusement or parochial purposes‘. The cost of the hall, originally known as the Kettleburgh Parish Room, was borne by public subscription.

Now known as the Village Hall, it is the location for many community events, including:

  • 1st Deben Valley Scout Group (Monday evenings)
  • Craft Club (monthly)
  • Coffee mornings (first Friday of every month, 1030 – 1200)
  • Framlingham Amateur Dramatics Society  rehearsals
  • Quiz nights (twice a year, normally November and May)
  • Pantomime (once a year)
  • Annual Flower and Produce show (first Saturday in September)
  • Annual Parish Meeting, for all residents of the parish

The village hall is also available for private hire, at very reasonable rates. See http://kvhbookings.com.

The village hall, village green and St Andrew’s church are the beneficiaries of the proceeds of the village fête.