Disco or Bingo evening...?
Thank you to Rob and Hamish
Another successful Art Craft and Gift Fair
Wendy - Festive Crafts
Pud's Pottery
A120 By-Pass Celebration Event - 11 December 2021
Checking in the walkers and cyclists
Cyclists, get set, GO!
Offical Opening of the A120
Singin in the Rain Poster 23 May
Breakfast at Tiffanys 25 July
High Society 19 September 2022
Hall 10





MONDAY 19 December 2022

Doors Open 2.45pm Film Starts - 3pm

Pay online or on entry £5 (Carers free)

Cash or card - Doors Open 1.45pm

Refreshments included

Click here to book and pay online



Saturday 10 December 2022

7.30pm to 10.30pm

£14.00 per ticket

Hamper Raffle

Licenced Bar

Book and pay online

See our bookings calendar for details of other weekly and monthly groups;


Mum's Matter Group

Supported by Ash Valley Community Hub

Open every Monday 

From 10am to 11.30am

FREE Mum's Matter group.  Join a relaxed group of parents & carer's along with their babies fo a cuppa and some cake.

Donations accepted for refreshments provided


Digital Inclusion 'Drop In'

Supported Sessions

Supported by Ash Valley Community Hub

Open every Wednesday

From 2.00pm to 4.00pm

FREE Digital support sessions for anyone who would like help or support with their mobile phone, laptop, or iPad.

For details: Jan Williamson 07710 325363

Donations accepted for refreshments provided

Alternate Weeks

Turn Up and Play SCRABBLE

Alternate Tuesdays 2.00pm to 4.00pm 

No need to book, just turn up and play 

Contact: Annette 07926 088202

£3.00 per session 

Tea & Biscuits Included


Community Breakfast Morning

Open Second Thursday of the Month

From 10.00am to 12.00pm

Choose from a wide range of cold and cooked breakfast items.  Order what you like from the menu.

Booking essentialCLICK TO REGISTER


Or phone: 07710 325363

Cash donations accepted for all refreshments provided.


Bereavement Cafe

Supported by Ash Valley Community Hub

Open Third Thursday of the Month

From 10.00am to 12.00pm

FREE support for those struggling with the loss of a loved one.  Sit and chat over a cup o tea or coffee.  Informal surroundings to promote confidential discussion.

Entry via the kitchen side door.

Weekly Virtual Bike Road Trip

Supported by East Herts Active in the Community

New sessions coming soon

Just £2 per session, with 15 minutes intervals.  

Suitable for all, particularly those with mobility or memory issues.

More details and to sign up contact

Adam Howard on 07538 706560 or email:

Donations accepted for refreshments provided


Red Chair Community Cinema at LIttle Hadham Village Hall is a film club showing a broad range of films for a membership fee of just £25 per year per member. No entrance fees apply.

We show 11 films per year on a 4 metre screen, with surround sound.  Refreshments available during our 15 minute interval and before the film.

Email: for further details and annual membership application form.   


The Badminton club meet every Monday Evening in the Village hall a the new later time of 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. The club is a friendly group of players always keen to encourage new players of any standard.

Depending on numbers players rotate throughout the evening to join in in mixed and ladies/mens doubles.

There is a small attendance fee of £3 when you play which also covers a drink and a biscuit. Please come down on a Monday if you would like to join in.

Rep: Annette Ludekte


We meet on every Friday evening 8 - 10 p.m (Tea and a biscuit at 9 p.m.). The club play league and friendly matches against other villages and is a friendly club looking for new members.

Sessions are £3 plus a £6 annual membership fee.

The club is actively looking for new members and is keen to encourage players of all ability, gender and age!

Rep: Peter English


The club meets monthly, except June, July and August, in the Little Hadham Village Hall and welcomes those from outside the village. 

We usually have a speaker on club nights, with talks given on a wide range of garden related subjects and refreshments are available free of charge.  

Rep: Karin Green

In January and February, the club meets at lunch time (to avoid the dark nights) and a ploughman's lunch is provided for a small charge.

The main events during the year are a "bring and buy" plant sale/coffee morning in May,  the Garden Club supper in November,  and the club organises the Village Show in September.  We try and organise outings from time to time, visiting gardens and places of interest in the locality.


Little Hadham Pantomime group was set up in 1971 by Margaret Elder and has been running with a yearly show (bar one). They are always on the look out for budding starlets and behind the scenes elves.

Rep: Richard Mardell