Trumpington has a traditional village hall on the High Street which is a popular venue for local clubs, exhibitions, sales and all kinds of social events.
It was built in 1908, originally as a working men’s club and reading room, but has changed with the times since then. It still caters for a wide range of regular village activities that reflect the changes in the community around it.
It is run by a charitable trust and is available for hire at very competitive rates.
Facilities for hire now include two halls, each with its own kitchen and toilet facilities, a committee room and a small car park.
There is a ramp to the front door, but access to the Jubilee Room can be difficult in a wheelchair.
Level access to the Jubilee Room can be arranged directly from the car park. Please contact the management in advance and we will be happy to help.
Starting in February 2018
Food on Fridays
A welcoming new group for people who enjoy cooking, eating, company and getting to meet others who share their interests
Watch this space for more information or contact Philippa
Millicent Fawcett and the Non-violent Campaign for Women's Suffrage
In the centenary year of Votes for Women, Dr Gill Sutherland, Newnham College, will be talking about the influence of Millicent Fawcett and the non-violent campaign for women's suffrage. The Fawcett name has a strong resonance in Trumpington, with Millicent and Henry Fawcett living nearby at 18 Brookside into the 1880s, Henry Fawcett being buried in the local churchyard and the oldest of the current local primary schools being named Fawcett Primary School. A bronze sculpture of Millicent Fawcett is to be erected in Parliament Square early next year.
Contact Philippa to add details of your Village Hall event here
MONTHLY FABRIC SALES AT THE VILLAGE HALL
People come from all over the region to Geoff Rosenberg's long established monthly fabric sales.
They are held on Wednesdays from 9.00- 3.00
Rosenberg Fabrics is often joined by Textile Garden Haberdashery
Fabric Sale dates for 2018: