Naphill Village Hall

Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village Life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village Life
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Village Hall and Car Park

Naphill Village Hall, playing fields (The Crick) and children’s play area are on private land left in trust to the community of
Naphill & Walter’s Ash by Major Coningsby Disraeli.  All of the facilities are managed as registered charity No 300309 by
a group of Trustees who give up many hours of their spare time on your behalf. We are doing our utmost to comply with
the latest government guidance during the Covid-19 crisis and ask for both your patience and your respect while we continue
to keep our wonderful local amenities well maintained and safe for future use.

The Village Hall and car park remain closed due to the Covid-19 crisis.  We review the situation each time the government
make a new announcement and the Trustees make a decision with the safety of the users of our facilities as the primary
consideration.

         The children’s play also remains closed.  For more details click here.

                                                              

Naphill and Walter’s Ash Scarecrow Fundraiser Competition Entries and Winners.

Click here for Competition winners and photographs of the entries.








Classics on the Drive unfortunately has been cancelled.
We are now looking to running the event on the Village Hall car park
on Sunday 20th September from 12:30 to 14:00.If anyone is interested
please contact: Andrew Wasilewski at Naphillmensclub@yahoo.co.uk







Virtual Dog Show – more details soon
" a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S. F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
"a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1940.
" a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
" a centre that will radiate good fellowship " S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
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