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Fairfield Community Hall - at the heart of the community!



Originally called Victoria Hall, Fairfield Community Hall started out in 2012, initially as a badminton hall with two courts and the provision of changing room and shower facilities. Since then, the hall has come a long way and now offers a whole host of fun activities, clubs and classes for varying ages.


For a long time now there have been a number of toddler and baby groups providing music, singing and learning for the little ones while offering a place for parents to socialise and meet other new parents. New to this age group is Phonics with Robot Reg and the once-a-month arrival of Little City, is always a sell out!



For the older children, the ever-popular Fairfield Scout group meets here twice a week or for those keener on dance there are several groups varying in all styles from ballet, to baton twirling, to street dance.


If sports are more your thing the badminton courts are still here with regular group meeting. Joining this sports provision now is short mat bowling and table tennis, little kickers football and little Rugger’s rugby clubs, fitness groups including Pilates and exercise classes and also karate classes. Imagination arts provide a more relaxed pace fitness class for our older generation.



Moving onto the arts, we have several new exciting provisions to offer, Artikids sessions for the younger ones and soon to be launched art group run by Val Lawson for the adults. Val is a renowned local artist and some of her work can be seen on display at the hall. For languages, Little Linguistics will be doing French clubs, initially for children but with the view to extending to adults also and the possibility of adding Spanish to mix as well. For something a little different, sound bath meditation using the ancient origins of sound healing.



The hall is a great space, it can be divided into two smaller halls by folding walls or can be opened up into one larger space. There is a recently refurbished kitchen funded by Fairfield friends and a lottery grant, with all the facilities one might expect, and this is available to hire along with halls for parties and celebrations.


On Sunday mornings we welcome the local community church here at the hall and all are invited to join. This along with a regular ‘Café in the park’ and the huge variety of clubs and classes help to bring our community together to meet socially, try new things and make new friends and generally feel part of the wonderful Fairfield community.


All information for all the activities can be found on the community hall website and our Facebook page.


Contribution thanks to: Nick Andrews (trustee at Fairfield Community Hall)




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