This Website was last updated 8 Sept. 2017 (See - What's On, Minutes, Refuse Waggon Visits, Village Hall Newsletter,)

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
  • Garden Party

    Garden Party Sunday 11th  June

    Our party in David Shepherd’s garden on Sunday 11 June was a great success. With Pimms on arrival and live music from Ed Conway and his band Lost the Plot the party was soon in full swing. Roast pork baps were served and there were stalls and games for all to enjoy. It’s fair to say that the weather could have been kinder but then it's what we've come to expect in this country when we organise these outdoor events. The occasional light shower didn’t dampen our spirits however and there were plenty of sunny spells in between to enjoy what turned out to be a very enjoyable afternoon.

    The event raised £632 for village hall funds and we are extremely grateful to Ed Conway and his band who provided their services free of charge. to all who came and supported us and all who contributed to the success of this most enjoyable event. Our special thanks also to David Shepherd for providing us with such a fabulous venue complete with a band stand. David says he would like this to become an annual event so we look forward to repeating it again next summer.




























  • Salt Box Lunches


    2 Course Sunday Roast Lunch 12th March 


















Salt Village Hall


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 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 70m2 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 towards the end of the year.