Archive for March, 2014

March 27, 2014



Car Boot sales Paull

Car Boot sales Paull







March 17, 2014

Take and Make -child at play

child at play


 ‘Take and Make 

Paull Village Hall’

            Take and Make is a NEW and FREE fun session aimed at children between 2-5 years, however younger siblings are welcome to join in too! The sessions are run by a community nursery nurse and focus on using craft activities to help your child’s development and readiness for school. There will be opportunities to buy craft supplies at very reasonable prices from a ‘not for profit’ initiative.
There is no need to book a place, just turn up! The session will run on the first Wednesday of every month, starting Wednesday 7 May 10:00-11:30am. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information please contact Lisa at Hedon Children’s Centre on 01482 896300
Many thanks.
March 17, 2014

Calling all Residents




Calling all residents!

  As our one-year-old village hall goes from strength to strength in terms of popularity and usage,we find that our workload is increasing and we could do with a little extra help from the rest of the community in order to keep the momentum going! If any of you are willing to help with such things as distribution of the newsletter and flyers then your help would be much appreciated.It does not have to be on a regular basis, so no worries about long-term commitment, but just some help on a drop-in basis.
 Thank you 
March 6, 2014


Mike Bryan

Mike Bryan

John Dennis

John Dennis

Paull village Hall

Paull Village Hall

Well done.

We have fame at last!

The Paull Village Hall is a great venue for all our customers.

We won the award


ERYC Cllrs. John Dennis and Mike Bryan have nominate the Paull Village Hall for the East Riding Chairman’s Awards in 2 separate categories.

Cllr John Dennis said, ”The new Village Hall on Paull’s dramatic waterfront has been nominated in both the ‘Chairman’s Built Heritage’, and the ‘Community Awards’ categories, as we think the project deserves recognition and commendation on both levels. As a Built Heritage project, it is without doubt one of the most striking and charismatic buildings created in this area in recent years and is the result of a superb community effort, involving true teamwork, exceptional design skills, brilliant fund-raising, and the determination and inspired leadership of the late Paul Cross, who sadly passed away last year, a few months after the hall was formally opened. In the Community Awards context, the creation of this new facility has brought back the social heart to the village. With the opening of the new hall, this excellent facility is in regular and frequent use by community groups for leisure and learning purposes, and by residents for celebratory and family functions.”