Elmesthorpe Village Hall
Elmesthorpe Village Hall
Elmesthorpe Villagers & Friends Association - Celebrating 21 Years In 2019
Elmesthorpe Villagers & Friends Association - Celebrating 21 Years In 2019


*** 2019 Events ***

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BBQ & Barn Dance - Saturday 20th July 7.00pm

Come along and enjoy a great evening at our annual barn dance and BBQ.  Great food, great barn dance , great fun.

Don`t worry if you have not done a barn dance before we have a great caller who will show you the steps.


Entry Ticket Only  - Bring your own drinks


Tickets ££12.00


Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Charity supporting: TBC

Red Hot Ukulele Duo - Saturday 21st September

Red Hot Ukulele are an exciting 1920`s - 1940`s ukulele/vocal duo

'Red’ Lynda Styan with the vivid voice and rocking wooden ukulele and'Hot’ Anthony Mason virtuoso on the ukulele banjo, faster than Formby with lusty larynx and a fine line in bravura banter. The two of them together have been described as ‘dynamite’ by usually unexcitable observers and ‘perfectly wonderful’ by the more eloquent.


Entry Tickets only.  Tickets £10.00

Bring your own drinks


Contact Claire 01455 843382 or Roy 01455 846203


Charity TBC

The Houghton Weavers - Saturday 19th October 7.30 pm

THE HOUGHTON WEAVERS have been entertaining folk now for over 43 years with their unique blend of popular folk music, humour and audience participation.


In their time together, the group – comprising Tony Berry, Steve Millington, David Littler and Jim Berry – have performed thousands of concerts, recorded over 30 albums, and starred in several of their own highly successful BBC radio and TV series.


The Houghton Weavers guarantee a wonderful evening of entertainment which is suitable for all the family. Their experience – together with their style and professionalism – ensures that, as their motto says, they always `Keep Folk Smiling`.


Entry Ticket Only - Bring your own drinks


Ticket £14.00

Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Charity: Cancer Research

It is with a very deep sadness that

The Houghton Weavers must announce
the passing of our much loved lead singer, Tony Berry.

Tony passed away peacefully on Thursday evening, 13th June, at home with his family, following a prolonged illness.

Tony was a wonderfully talented, thoughtful and kind person who touched the lives and hearts of so many over a lifetime of dedication to show business.

Tony will be very sadly missed but will remain eternally in our hearts and thoughts.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Tony's family at this difficult time.

God Bless Tony, 
Rest in Peace. 
from all your band mates and loving fans.

Spirit Of The Sixties Live Band - Saturday 16th November 7.30 pm

SPIRIT OF THE SIXTIES is a five-piece band performing a musical tribute to the bands and artistes that made the sixties era such a great period in popular music.

 They perform, completely live, songs from some of the top bands and artistes of that era including:

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, Herman’s Hermits, Cliff Richard, The Shadows, Roy Orbison, Del Shannon, The Drifters and many more.

The show features video footage on a large TV screen depicting a storyboard of events, film footage and interesting facts about the sixties. All synchronised to the music the band are playing.

 Audiences are invited to participate, singing along to classic hits or taking to the dance floor creating a great party atmosphere.

The band all live in and around the Nottingham area but music has taken individual members on tours of the UK and overseas both in their own right and supporting internationally famous Artistes and Bands, such as. Gene Pitney, The Animals, PJ Proby, Neil Sedaka, The Fortunes, The Kinks,    Adam Faith, Manfred Mann, The Nashville Teens, and Brian Poole and the Tremelo's to name but a few.

With such a great experience and understanding of the era, Spirit of the Sixties guarantee to give you a good memorable night out.


Entry Ticket Only   - Bring your own drinks

Tickets £10.00

Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203

Charity Supporting TBC

Wigston Brass Band In Concert - Friday 6th December 8.00 pm

he history of The Wigston Band can be traced back to the nineteenth century, when it was originally founded as 'The Wesleyan Mission Band'. In 1902, the band changed its name to 'The Wigston Temperance Band' and again in the 1980s, dropping the word ‘Temperance’, many believe due to the drinking habits of its members!

Since then The Wigston Band Organisation has gone from strength to strength, now including three bands. The Horizon Band is for our very beginners where we provide instruments, quality teaching and encouragement to our younger players who are just starting out. The intermediate band within the organisation is called The Enterprise Band which is for members who have been playing a little longer and for those who enjoy a little more challenge. Both of these bands enjoy performing in the community, especially showing off the progress they have made at charity fundraising events.

Finally, The Wigston Band itself is the senior group within the organisation. Today, the band works hard within the community, performing many concerts and raising money for good causes, as well as teaching youngsters basic musical skills. The senior band enjoys performing and contesting to a high level, especially enjoying a trip to The National Brass Band Championships in 2013.  Currently having a playing strength of around 30 players with ages ranging from thirteen to ‘seventy something’, the band enjoys a mixture of fun, hard work and friendship whilst making wonderful music. All members really enjoy playing within such a family orientated environment as well as going out in public to play a wide range of musical genres, anything from jazz to classical, pop to Christmas carols! We hope you enjoy listening to our efforts here!


Entry Ticket Only


Tickets £10.00


Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203


Charity Supporting: TBC

New Year`s Eve Party - Tuesday 31st December 7.30 pm

No need to be on your own this New Years Eve come along to Elmesthorpe village hall for a great social evening with lots of games, music, dancing and lot`s of fun.


You will be made very welcome and will have a great fun night seeing in the New Year.

As well as having fun we will be raising funds for charity


Please bring your own food & drinks


Entry is ticket only and tickets cost £6.00.  Contact Claire on 01455 843382 or Roy on 01455 846203.

Coming Soon !

Red Hot Ukulele - Saturday 21st September 7.30 pm

Check out the weekly classes and meetings that take place in the village hall.

Click on Whats On and Events at the top of the page.

Charities we have supported

To date over 80 charities have benefited from the fund raising activities of EVFA

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