Catbrook Memorial Village Hall has reopened and is looking forward to welcoming people back after the prolonged closure caused by the Covid restrictions and lockdowns. During this time the hall played an important role in supporting our community by acting as a central hub for food and medical deliveries.
The hall has been cleaned and various measures are in place to ensure the safety of everyone attending any events. There is also in place a Covid Risk Assessment for the hall as a whole.
We are also now looking for new volunteers to join the hall committee to help suggest, plan and run events that take place. Yearly running costs for the hall are £3,000 and it is only through holding events, or other clubs and activities, that sufficient money is raised to allow the hall to remain open.
The Hall Committee meets for about an hour on the first Monday of each month at the hall. The hall is a wonderful asset to the village and has always been well supported. This is a great opportunity to re-energise and start holding fun social events again. All new ideas, involvement and enthusiasm would be warmly welcomed.
Welcome to Catbrook, a small village in Monmouthshire, set high above Tintern on the western side of the Wye Valley, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The website aims to keep those living in, or visiting, Catbrook and the surrounding area in touch with events and matters that are part of our village life.
If there is anything you would like to see included on the site, or if you have suggestions for changes
or improvements, please get in touch with Sarah or Steve through the Contact Us page or email using the red button at the bottom of any page.