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For general info about hiring the hall please check out the 'Hiring the Hall' page.

Wednesday 6 December 7pm

Christmas Wreath Course - £35

Create a Christmas wreath for your front door with local foliage and flowers from around the Wye Valley. Enjoy learning a new skill with Jo Thomson from Wye Valley Flowers in a relaxed atmosphere, with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie to start the festive season off in style!

If you would like to bring your own secateurs or any particular foliage to incorporate you are welcome to do this but it is not essential. Anyone with special dietary requirements please advise when booking.

The cost is £35 per person, which includes all the materials, refreshments and a range of fabulous accessories to complete your garland. Pre-booking is essential as places are limited and this is always a sell out!

To book your place please email Fiona Wilton. Sorry no places available at the door.

Saturday 9 December 2 - 4pm

Yuletide Yoga Taster Session

Ever fancied trying yoga but didn’t know where to start? Here’s your chance to join Sarah for one hour of fun, Christmas themed yoga suitable for all levels and all ages followed by mince pies and mulled wine.


No equipment / mat is needed as it can be provided (booking is essential) and there is a maximum of 18 - 20 people.

Or you can just come along for mulled wine and mince pies from 3pm! This fun-filled taster session of yoga is raising funds for St David’s Hospice Care: Suggested voluntary donation £8 and don't forget to wear something festive!


To book your place please email Sarah at

Friday 15 December 7pm

Festive Pub Night

All the festive fun of a Catbrook Pub Night, together with Christmas decorations and your very best Christmas jumpers! 

With beer, wine and lots of chat - a chance to catch up with old friends and make new friends!

Sunday 17 December 11am

Christmas Carol Service

Everybody welcome

Come along to the traditional carol service at the hall - Monmouth Band will be providing fabulous musical accompaniment to your favourite carols.

After the service there will be a chance to enjoy the refreshments and catch up with friends and neighbours from all the surrounding villages.

Everyone is welcome, so do come along!

Monday 18 December

Coffee & Craft

2pm - 4pm

The old Needlecraft Group decided that what they liked most about the group was the tea, the coffee, the cake, the chat and the other crafts. So they’ve come up with a new plan – Coffee & Craft.


It’s a coffee morning – but it’s in the afternoon…

There will be crafts – but they’re not compulsory…

There will be CAKE! Yes, definitely cake…

It’s totally FREE to attend!

If you’d like a coffee or tea, that’s £1. If you’d like cake that’s £1 too.

In December we will be making Christmas Tree decorations out of art straws - think Corn Dolly but with paper tubes!  It'll be fun AND festive!

December Book Club

Monday 18 December 7pm - 8.30pm

This month we will be discussing 'Small Things Like These' by Claire Keegan.


Do come and join us - it's very friendly and informal and just £3 to cover hall hire and refreshments... this month there will also be mulled wine and mince pies!

New members are always welcome - please click on the cat for more details.

Friday 22 December

Fabulous Friday Festive Film Night!


7pm start, all over by 8.54 for any children attending

You've been hearing about it all summer, now Barbie comes to Catbrook Hall! And what's more there will be FREE pink drinks as well... some fizzy, some non-alcoholic, some very alcoholic. Perhaps you might like to wear a bit of pink as well ... or go all the way with a pink Christmas jumper?

The much-publicised film stars Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. Barbie takes a ride from her dream house to reality as Little Women writer-director Greta Gerwig takes another cultural icon and lovingly subverts it. Life in plastic is mostly fantastic according to many critics, who have broadly praised the Barbie movie. Empire said Barbie was "painfully funny", while the Independent described it as "joyous from minute to minute". But the Daily Mail called it "uneven and disjointed", while Time said it was "very pretty but not very deep". Now you can decide for yourself...

As usual, £5 on the door (with free pink drinks).

This film is rated 12a: we are starting earlier than normal at 7pm so children won't be too late.

Click on the poster to watch the fabulous trailer...


Caldicot Male Voice Choir

Singing at the hall on 20 January

Newport Medieval Ship

Talk and Visit to Newport


Kids 'n' Craft sessions

Starting 13 January

Details on these and more to follow!

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