Please note that our bookings policy is to give priority to activites open to the whole community. Private bookings are available to Eastwell residents subject to Committee approval. In exceptional circumstances the committee will consider private bookings from outside the village.
The original Village Hall - known as the Village Institute - was built just after the First World War in 1919. It was a timber building and provided a centre for the social life of the village for over 50 years. Read more
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The Well pub nights - Fridays fortnightly - Dates
Scottish Country Dancing - Thursdays, 7.30-9.30pm
Ballroom and Latin American Dance Classes - Tuesdays, 7.30pm
Pre-School Dance Classes - Wednesdays, 1.30-2.30pm
Yogalates - Tuesdays, 6.00-7.00pm
Keep Fit - Tuesdays 10.00-11.00am and Fridays 9.30-10.30am
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The Well community pub
Fri 22nd March from 6.30pm
Gilmore & Roberts
Sat 13th Apr 7.30pm
Proper Coffee Morning
Sun 14th April from 9.45am
Cottage Pie Night
Sat 27th April from 6.30pm
Stevie Nimmo Trio
Sat 4th May 8.00pm
Eastwell is a village in rural Leicestershire, 6 miles from Melton Mowbray, with a population of around 170. The Eastwell community is vibrant and close-knit. All age ranges are represented including a growing number of young families, and several older people whose families have lived in Eastwell over many generations.
Take a look at our collection of photos taken from events gone by. They include pictures charting the disappearance of the old building to make way for the brand new building we see today.
You'll also find various shots taken from around the village.
What are your memories of life in Eastwell? How has it changed? Have you any stories you'd be willing to share?
What about the village hall? Can you remember the original wooden building?
60 years ago Eastwell was surrounded by ironstone quarries. One of the locomotives used for hauling the ore, Lord Granby, has recently been returned to the village and is being restored by the Eastwell History Group. The Group also runs a fascinating series of talks and presentations.
Eastwell Village Hall was opened in 2015. The superb facilities make it an attractive venue for a whole range of community activities.
Autumn programme announced