The receipts are now in and we can happily announce that the Village Hall quiz last month made a profit of £598 (and 19p).This is a fantastic amount and we are grateful to the 68 quiz folk in the 13 teams who took part on the night.We are also extremely grateful to Roger and Gill…

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The Playgroup at the hall faces permanent closure unless a new leader can be found. The group has been running successfully on Monday mornings for many years but the current leaders are having to step down and the group was unable to open today (Monday September 9). The leaders Dee and Karen say they have…

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What a night… yes, we are still recovering from another cracking Ryhall quiz. Maz Roberts and daughter Sian took a packed village hall through another frenetic evening of fun and facts. Tears of laughter, shouts of glee, desperate moments of head-scratching. They were all there. The hall made more than £430 profit so thank you…

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A special tea party was held to thank committee member Joyce Saunders for her dedication to Ryhall Village Hall. Joyce has stepped down from the hall committee after 28 years. So, along with friends and family, the hall committee celebrated her three decades of self-less community spirit with a feast of food… and a singalong.…

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The winner of the Ryhall mini-film contest is Emily Henshaw for her brilliant entry, Creepy Consuela. Her video was judged to be “dynamic and innovative” and the judges congratulated Emily and her team on such an excellent effort. They received a cash prize and certificate. Nick Bellairs, organiser of the contest for the village hall,…

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Our quiz night of Saturday 9th April proved very popular with more than 60 people contending for top honours. The questions, inventive, challenging and often hilarious, were presented by Maz Roberts who was assisted by her daughter Sian. The winning team was AG4 which won a bottle of sparking wine. Our thanks to Sandy Collins…

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The fabulous Irish hooley band Ruff ‘n’ Ready put on another great performance at Ryhall Village Hall on Saturday 10th October. They had with them the Irish Wolfpack dancers from the Grantham School of Dancing who also gave us another brilliant and energetic display. John Smith from Ryhall, who plays bodhran in the band, sang…

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