Previous Events



Techer Jones's talk on 10th November 2018 about the Archaeology
of St Cross below raised a staggering £1,853
for Hall funds

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Cheriton House Fireworks on 27th October was a wonderful evening, and raised more than £4,500 for the fundraising effort.
 Many thanks to the May family for hosting, to all those helping, and to very generous sponsors and donors.
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The latest Cheriton Sessions on 20th October with Dean Dyson raised £343 so that the total to date from the Sessions amounts to £2,693, thanks to Paul Hellard. 

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The Annual Quiz Night on 12th October organised by Viv Pain and her band of helpers raised the extraordinary sum of £1,473, boosted by a couple of very generous donations

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Jo, Jenny and Stephen Corbett hosted a day on 9th

 September 2018 at Durden Lodge showing their

collection of historical farm machinery in the 'new'

barn - and collected a magnificant £275 for Hall funds


£335 was raised by Cheriton Seesions on 3 August - the total from all Cheriton Sessions to date amounting to £2350! Many thanks to Paul Hellard and teams



The 2018 Pop up Opera took place in the Old Rectory Gardnes on 22 and 23 June 2018 and was a huge success! £15,450 net was raised for village hall funds and allowed early completion of the purchase of the village hall from the Church.


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CHERITON OPEN GARDENS

Sunday 3rd June 2018

10 gardens raised £2,838

and welcomed 283 people on a lovely 

afternoon

Thanks to Viv Pain and her Committee
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Another 

CHERITON SESSIONS took place on
 
 on Saturday 12 May.

DEAN DYSON IN CONCERT

was a sell out and huge success raising nearly £500

 for the village hall fundraising effort. Many thanks to

Paul Hellard for organising.






Cheriton Sessions on 9th February raised

over £300 for Hall Funds

Thanks to Paul Hellard and Gang!



VILLAGE CHRISTMAS DRINKS!

in the Village Hall

on Friday 8th December 2017 at 7.30pm

in appreciation of your support.

Donations received as a result of this event amounted
 
to a staggering £1,000



THE FIREWORKS DISPLAY AT CHERITON

HOUSE on

Saturday 28th October 2017

raised a magnificent £4,910

for the fundraising account!

see poster below




Pat Culpin has once again kindly arranged for

 The Cheriton Archives

 to be on display at the Hall on
 
Saturday and Sunday the 14th & 15th

 October 2017, all proceeds to village hall funds.

£212 raised!
 

The Quiz Night on 6th October 2017 

organised by Viv Pain
 
raised a staggering

£1,446 towards the purchase of the Hall!

On 15th July JEZ HELLARD
raised £328 for Village Hall Funds!



On 24th June 2017 the Pop Up Opera made a profit for Hall Funds exceeding £10,000



ANOTHER Murder in Cheriton on 17th June raised £768 for VIllage Hall Funds - total contribution from The Cheriton Players during 2017 amounts to £3,500! 




The Bridge Afternoon

on Thursday 27th April 2017 in the Hall
 
raised £1,000 towards hall funds!

Thanks especially to Viv

 Pain and her team of helpers. 




THE EVEN GREATER CHERITON VARIETY SHOW 22 to 25 March 2017 raised more than £2,000 for the Cheriton Village Hall Fundraising Campaign!



From the Cheriton Players Website..................

A fund raiser for the Cheriton Village Hall, and back by popular demand, The Cheriton Players and the Cheriton Village Hall committee presented the Even Greater Cheriton Variety Show to packed houses over four nights in March 2017.

Even as Kevin Gover was writing the words “…ever so slightly bonkers…” about the first Great Cheriton Variety Show, the wheels were already in motion to provide something that ripped bonkers away from its creature comforts to give it a taste of its own medicine. So a table format, with licensed bar and a light supper helped prepare our audiences for an evening of Cheriton style entertainment. 

There were songs, laughter, sketches and audience participation galore. Included in our line-up was a ‘cinematic’ melodrama, acted out in true silent movie style, then reversed and even speeded up. The Echo reviewer said there were some ‘stand out moments’ and included in these the title duet by young Sophie Jarrett and Toby Cooper from Phantom of The Opera, stage so successfully at Perins School in the summer of 2016, and Ali Carter singing ‘Summertime’ from Porgy & Bess.

For a full list of acts and cast/crew, have a look at our online version of the programme.

For reviews, see online at The Daily Echo and Winchester Today.



At the Heart of Our Village


NOTICE OF MEETING TO COMMENCE

 VILLAGE HALL FUNDRAISING


AT THE HEART OF OUR VILLAGE

 

CHERITON VILLAGE HALL FUNDRAISING LAUNCH

FRIDAY 3rd MARCH 2017

DRINKS FROM 7PM

in CHERITON VILLAGE HALL

 

THE CHERITON VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE WARMLY INVITES YOU TO THE LAUNCH OF THE CHERITON VILLAGE HALL FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

 

 SEE THE LATEST OPTIONS ON HOW YOUR VILLAGE HALL CAN BE 
TRANSFORMED

  LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2017 FUNDRAISING EVENTS  PROGRAMME

PROVIDE US WITH FEEDBACK

 

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING AS MANY OF YOU AS POSSIBLE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT TO DATE





RACE NIGHT 4 February 2017

On behalf of the Village Hall Committee, many thanks to
THE CHERITON PLAYERS for organising a very enjoyable RACE NIGHT in Cheriton School on Saturday 4th February 2017, and which raised a staggering £526 towards the Village Hall Fundraising effort!



'RAILWAYS IN MY BLOOD'

Martin Hubbard's talk on Monday 12th December 2016 raised a superb £140 for Hall funds



Raised nearly £600 for Village Hall funds.......
Saturday 6th August 2016

Jezz Hellard and Djukella Orchestra





24 October 2015

Cheriton Village Hall Committee is pleased to announce that over £2,000 was raised for Hall funds at the Fireworks Display held on the Flower Pots field on 24th October 2015, and sponsored by Knight Frank. Many Thanks to Jo Bartlett and Paul Tickner at the Pots




Fireworks at the Pots 24th October 2015





JEZ HELLARD and THE DJUKELLA ORCHESTRA PLAYING AT THE HALL
Supported by MATT HELLARD
Friday 31 July 2015 at the HALL



Cheriton Village Hall Committee is pleased to announce that over £3,000 was raised for Hall funds at the Bonfire and Fireworks Display held on Nicola and WIlliam Cecil's field on 26th October 2013, and sponsored by Knight Frank


2013 CHERITON FIREWORKS 26th OCTOBER, in aid of the Village Hall, and sponsored by Knight Frank


We have been fortunate to receive in February 2012 an Active Community Projects Grant from Winchester City Council for £2400 towards repair cost to the Hall, and are grateful to the Council for its support


Cheriton Village Hall

2011 Centenary Celebrations

October 29th 2011
from the Hampshire Chronicle 3 November:
 

2011 CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

SATURDAY 29th October 2011

From the Hampshire Chronicle 3rd November 2011

VILLAGERS started bonfire night early this year to celebrate the centenary of their village hall.

Hundreds turned out in Cheriton to enjoy a bonfire and fireworks display to mark 100 years of the popular village hall.

A torch-lit procession led the villagers into nearby Goodens field where a large bonfire was built and the display lit up the night sky.

Residents came from nearby villages such as Kilmeston and Tichborne to join in the fun, as the hall serves a wide range of needs for the community, from amateur dramatics to yoga classes.

Children from Cheriton Primary School also took part in the celebrations with a spooky Hallowe’en costume competition, won by five-year-old Jack Boissier for his pirate outfit.

Will Beardmore-Gray, chairman of the village hall committee, said the village wanted to put on an event deserving of the special occasion.

He said: “We thought that we needed to mark the anniversary with an event for the whole community, and what we have looked to do is to organise an event really focused on Cheriton and the local villages like Bramdean, Tichborne and Kilmeston.”

Local residents praised the event and congratulated the organisers.

Jane Farrer, 42, of Cheriton, said: “The organisation tonight was brilliant. This is the first time in the 13 years I have lived here that we have done something like this and it was a great idea.”

Roy Worth, who has lived in the village for 20 years and serves on the parish council, added: “We are very proud of the village hall and it is being celebrated by almost the whole village in wonderful fashion with a magnificent fireworks display.

“People living here participate with such energy.”

l Costume competition winners: Seven -11 Category: 1st: Connie Butt, aged eight; 2nd: Poppy Painter, eight; 3rd: Juliet Wolf, eight.

Under-sevens: 1st (and overall winner): Jack Boissier, five; 2nd: Evie Byford, six; 3rd: Grace Whitfield, four.



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