Copyright Everton Village Hall 2021
Everton is a small rural village in the north east corner of Bedfordshire, sitting about 60 metres above sea level on the top of the Greensand Ridge.
A recently restored panel in the main hall shows photos of soldiers from Everton who fought in the First World War and gave the ultimate sacrifice. Click here for news of the Everton Soldiers’ Family Reunion.
Everton Village Society is made up of a small group of villagers from Everton who enjoy staging events for the benefit of the whole village and beyond.
The hiring of the hall is almost back to normal but we do ask our hirers to respect our Covid 19 guidelines outlined in this document. If you would like to hire the hall please contact us in the normal way so that we can discuss your requirements. A copy of our Hire Agreement is on our Hiring the hall page
200 CLUB WINNERS for MARCH 2021
£20 no 143 Mr & Mrs Seward
£10 no 187 Mrs J Cooper
£5 no 9 Graham King
£5 no 12 Mr & Mrs Clarke
The 200 Club draw will restart in September 2021.
Report and photos (opposite) of our recent Accessible Toilet opening ceremony
Everton Village Hall’s new accessible toilet was officially opened by Councillor Tracey Wye on Sunday 8th August 2021. The conversion was recently completed whilst the hall was closed during lockdown and half of the costs were met by the Ward Councillor Grant Scheme supported by Cllr. Wye. Following a brief ceremony, tea and cakes were enjoyed by 26 villagers including a welcome return from the West Country by Michael Flack, EVH’s previous Chairman and originator of the plans for an accessible toilet. Present Chairman, Mike Collins, addressing the gathering thanked all those attending and welcomed this opportunity of villagers to meet up again in a relaxed environment after months of restrictions. EVH now anticipates that the new facilities will make Everton a venue of choice, not just for villagers, but also for visitors using the hall for parties and other celebrations.
GRASS CUTTING Rota 2021
Everton Village Hall is a registered charity and is run by a group of volunteers who live in the village. The management committee is made up of a chairman, secretary, treasurer, bookings secretary and general committee members. The committee meet every two months. Each year the committee organise a “200 Club” to raise funds towards the upkeep of the hall. Tickets cost £6 each and go on sale in March. If you would like to get involved with the operation of the village hall, please speak to a committee member or contact us via the Contacts page.
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The hall has recently been improved with the installation of an Accessible Toilet facility, officially opened in August 2021 by Cllr Tracey Wye..
Weekly classes in the hall