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November 2015

Coffee Morning


Tea, coffee, company and a chat


Again, sadly on hold for the moment


Bring £1 for a cuppa, and a small

gift for the raffle!



Currently not able to run in the hall... sorry!


Please call Ruth on 01600 860648

for more information .

Regular Events - these are currently NOT being held, but will

return just as soon as we can re-open the hall.

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Our fun and informal book Club meets via ZOOM on the third Monday of each month.


Click on the cat for more information...




Sadly we're not meeting at the moment because of COVID restrictions, but do take a look at the Needlecraft Group on the Hall Facebook Page.

Cat Books

Monday 11 March 2pm - 4pm

Needlecraft Group


Come along and bring whatever project you're working on, whether it's sewing, knitting, felting, patchwork, quilting or crochet - or something else! Just £3 to cover tea, biscuits and the hire of the hall. Everybody is welcome, there's no need to book.

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Adult Ballet


No current classes


For more information

click HERE

Catbrook and District Memorial Hall Closure


The hall remains closed for the foreseeable future as explained on the Home page. At this stage

we don't know when the hall can be opened again... There are, however, some virtual events!


If you have run out of reading material and would like to see what books are available in the hall please click HERE to find out about the Book Box Scheme.

Then just choose your books and they will be delivered to your door!

Cat Book Box

We had, of course, very few events in 2020... However, who can forget the finish of Kathy's epic cycle ride? There's a fabulous article about it here and some lovely pictures. Enjoy reliving that one splendid day, and let's look forward (hopefully) to some actual events at the hall in 2021!

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Llandogo WI - ZOOM meeting

Wednesday 13 January 7.30pm


Llandogo WI have a highly recommended speaker from Northamptonshire  for our next Zoom meeting, and we welcome visitors if any Catbrook Website Readers would like to join us.


Our Speaker is Sian Fox, she  trained at the Mary Berry Cookery School and worked with the Calendar Girls before joining with Jamie Oliver on his Childhood Obesity Campaign, and though she describes herself as a ' Home Economist' she has had a varied career which we will hear more about in her presentation.


Please contact [email protected] beforehand to request the zoom link.

Book Club - ZOOM meeting

Monday 18 January 6pm - 6.40pm

The book for this month is the classic 'Mansfield Park' by Jane Austen. If you'd like to be part of the Zoom meeting please email Justine or Tracey to get the link sent to you.


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Cat Books