There’s a new Zumba class starting at the Hall from Tuesday, 7th January (10:30-11:15am) run by Sarah Rowley, a certified Zumba instructor who already runs a number of successful classes all over Hampshire. Here’s what she has to say about this new venture: Continue reading
Inner Wheel is the distaff counterpart to the Rotary Club. The Inner Wheel Club of Southampton is organising a Christmas Fair at Chilworth Hall on Wednesday, 30th October from 10:00am until noon. Click here for the flyer with all the details. If you have any questions please e-mail the Editor who will be pleased to pass them along.
“Chilworth Hall will unfortunately not be receiving a donation this quarter from AmazonSmile because your donation balance was less than the £5 minimum disbursement amount. Don’t worry – we will hold any accruals and add them to a disbursement in a future quarter.”
Help the Hall – follow this link to have Amazon make a contribution every time you buy something.
Chilworth Moviola asked its audience to vote for the Autumn season’s movies, given a list of ten options. As a result we have the following programme (which, as it happens, is in descending order of poll popularity):
|Friday, 6th September||Red Joan|
|Sunday, 6th October||The Front Runner|
|Friday, 8th November||Balloon|
For more details, trailers and tickets go to the Moviola programme page.
Chilworth Hall’s AGM will take place at 6.00pm on Wednesday, 19th June. If you’ve read this post you may think the management committee’s job is largely done. Not so. We would really welcome another two or three members joining our friendly team. Read on to find out why you may enjoy joining us. Continue reading
Chilworth Hall has always been managed by a committee of volunteers. Since the current team set out to turn around its fortunes the overall utilisation of the Hall has increased by 127%. Some of this is down to the updating of the facilities on offer. There’s also been overspill from Chilworth Manor, where The Club seems to have been going in the opposite direction in recent years. These days Chilworth Hall offers a lot more opportunities for socialising and recreation. Most of the Yoga or Pilates groups have provided information for this webpage. Several others may not have been aware of the offer of free publicity. Imminent changes to the page will ensure that it includes the contact details of all the many other clubs and societies that use the Hall, including a Rock Choir, Tango or Ballroom or Folk dancing groups, an Art Group, an Alpine Gardening Society, a Canal Society, the Inner Wheel and Dog/Puppy Training. There’s now also a thriving branch of the Women’s Institute as well as the rural cinema with monthly Moviola showings. Continue reading
Well, that’s got your attention, and it’s no trick. Amazon is genuinely donating some of its mammoth profits directly to charity, and it’s letting people like us decide where the money goes. As of this month, over £1.6M has been disbursed already.
Every page at amazon.co.uk has an almost identical counterpart at smile.amazon.co.uk. So, quite simply, whenever you want to buy something from Amazon you should buy from Smile.Amazon instead because whenever you do, a percentage of your payment will go straight to the charity of your choice. That’s it… there’s nothing more to it. No trick – just money for your chosen charity without even having to ask.
You can help Chilworth Hall by always starting your shopping with this link: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/301782-0
Of course, you may feel that there are more deserving charities than Chilworth Hall. Fair enough. Just go to Smile.Amazon and make your nomination but, one way or another, but why miss the opportunity to do someone some good with your shopping?
On Friday 7th June, Chilworth Moviola is showing Wild Rose (cert. 15), a young Glaswegian with dreams of going to the US. Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is a big character, with talent. All she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Rose’s mother, Marion (Julie Walters), doesn’t approve and would rather see her stick to a cleaning job. But Rose finds unexpected encouragement from the middle-class lady of the house in which she works. Continue reading