This Website was last updated 16 Nov. 2017 (See - Home (New Kitchen), Minutes, Hall Facilities, What's On)

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
  • New Kitchen

     
    SALT BOX KITCHEN PROJECT
    Celebration Lunch
     

    Over fifty villagers, of all ages, gathered together on 5th November at Salt Village Hall to enjoy a festive lunch of roast turkey with all the trimmings, followed by a selection of sumptuous desserts. The lunch was offered by the Village Hall Management Committee to show off the new kitchen facilities which have been funded by a grant of £9970 from the National Lottery and £3000 from village hall reserve funds.
    The kitchen was completely stripped and refitted with new units in Cashmere and a selection of appliances including a range cooker, extractor fan, dishwasher, microwave and triple sinks. Units were supplied by Howdens of Newcastle-under-Lyme and fitted by Kapok Joinery who subcontracted plumbing and electrical work. Flooring was supplied by Stone Carpet Centre
    All work was completed on budget and within a target of three weeks and finished to a high standard. Throughout the process users and fitters worked together to ensure minimum disruption to our normal programme of activity.
    We are delighted with the finished result which we feel will offer an excellent venue for catered functions, be it for private parties, weddings, celebrations or business seminars or training events. Please contact Chris Crookes on 01889 508364 to view the facilities and make reservations
    Contact details of traders can be found on the village hall noticeboard and Project Manager Angela Richards is delighted to recommend their work

    The New Kitchen



               Salt Box Kitchen Project Manager Angela Richards
        
    The Village Hall Committee are delighted with our new kitchen and we are extremely grateful to Angela who has worked tirelessly in making our funding application to the National Lottery and seeing the project through to a very successful conclusion.
     



  • Salt Box Lunches


    Two Course Sunday Roast Lunch 12th March 


















Salt Village Hall

On Sale Now
Salt Village Calendar 2018




The paintings in this calendar are by members of Salt Art Group
The calendar is priced at £6.00 and is available from:

Bill Mitchell
Highthorns, Salt
01889 508284
w.h.mitchell@btinternet.com

All proceeds to Salt Village Hall funds.



Salt Village Hall Energy Saving Projects

The Village Hall Committee is aware of the ever increasing
cost of energy and the impact this has on the running costs of the hall. We are always seeking ways to reduce these costs and to this end we have recently
raised a number of energy efficiency projects.

In November 2016 we addressed a problem of excessive heat loss and damp in the solid brick east facing wall of the Meeting Room and Kitchen by installing external insulation and re-rendering.  An area of 70 square metres  was treated at a cost of £6,264 and this was met from our own funds.

In January we replaced all the internal and external lights at the hall with more energy efficient LED lights. The cost of £985 was met by a Community Chest grant from Weston Power Distribution.

The hall roof is un-insulated and the felt tiles have perished and are lifting in places. If remedial steps are not taken soon there is a risk of leaks and damage to the roof timbers. The lack of insulation results in a high heat loss through the roof and a condensation problem where water droplets form on the internal surface of the roof and drop onto the floor and onto the users of the hall. We intend to replace the felt tiles with more durable lightweight Britmet Slate 2000 System tiles and install PIR insulation board and TLX Gold insulation under the tiles compliant with current Building Regulations. We have applied for Biffa Award to meet the full cost of this work and if successful we hope to start in January 2018.