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Welcome 

Salt Village Hall is situated close to the church in the small Staffordshire village of Salt. The hall is a registered charity run by a management committee. We run regular fundraising events including Valentine and Harvest Suppers, a Christmas Fair and party, Autumn & Winter Quiz Nights and Live & Local theatrical productions. We also offer Yoga and Pilates clasess and an Art class.

The hall is available for hire and makes a great venue for weddings, social events, meetings, educational and leisure classes and clubs.

Hiring the Hall

If you have a query about hiring the hall or if you would like to make a booking please contact our bookings secretary Chris Crookes on 01889 508364.

Hire Charges and conditions of Hire

For details of hire charges and conditions of hire follow the ‘Booking the hall’ link on the left.


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News Items
  • Salt Village Hall Roof Renovation Project


    Biffa Award helps fund roof renovation project at Salt Village Hall


    We are delighted to announce that we have secured a £21,630 grant from Biffa Award; a multimillion pound fund that helps to build communities and transforms lives through awarding grants to communities and environmental projects across the UK, as part of the Landfill Communities Fund. The Biffa Award, together with financial contributions from Salt and Enson Parish Council and villagers of Salt, has been used to meet the cost of re-tiling and insulating the village hall roof. The existing felt tiles had perished and were lifting in places and the roof was uninsulated causing high heat losses through the roof and a condensation problem inside the hall.

    Project Manager Bill Mitchell said “We are delighted to have received this funding which will benefit our community by improving the long term viability of our village hall. The provision of roof insulation will reduce our energy costs and improve the efficiency of the heating creating a more comfortable environment for hirers and those attending our functions and the various classes held at the hall. The project was completed on 30th January and we are confident that our much improved venue will attract new users”

    David Shepherd, regular supporter of village hall events, said “Really good news about the Biffa Award grant for the roof renovation project at Salt Village Hall. What a difference the last fifteen years of hard work and fund raising on the part of the hall committee has made. When I moved to Salt in 1978 all we had was a decrepit old World War 1 wooden hut, now transformed into a little gem which has encouraged the development of so many varied activities for the neighbourhood. Goodbye dripping ceilings – this last step really does cap it off”

    Gillian French, Biffa Award Head of Grants, said: “We are thrilled to have supported this project with a grant that will transform the village hall. Thanks to Landfill Communities funding, the village of Salt will be able to renovate their village hall roof and ensure the survival of this well-loved venue”



    Villagers mark the completion of the project by unveiling a Biffa Award plaque in the hall.






















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