Franklands Village is a traditional village built in the 1930s, not far from the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath. Our Hall has a sprung Canadian maple floor, and is available for activities including dances, parties, weddings, meetings, clubs and exercise classes.
The Hall measures 13 metres by 8 metres and has a capacity of 80. The Hall is fully accessible and has free parking. There is a stage and a PA system with induction loop facility and projection screen, tables, card tables and chairs, and a fully equipped kitchen. The Hall is heated and has ceiling fans.
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The Hall is available from 8am to 11pm, and rates are available on enquiry. Click here to Make an Enquiry
Mid Sussex Branch Spring 2023
Meetings: Franklands Village Hall
Haywards Heath RH16 3RS.
10am for a 10.30am start
Visitors & guests are always welcome
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership is open to those from the NHS, social care & voluntary sectors
Please see www.nhsrf.org.uk – Telephone: 01444 453954
Franklands Village Bridge Club:
We are a friendly and sociable group. We do not play Duplicate Bridge. Most tables play rubber bridge but the tables are free to use Chicago scoring if they so desire. Beginners are very welcome; however, players should have previous knowledge of Bridge as we do not we do not have the ability to teach the game.
Our group meets on alternative Tuesdays – September to June with a break at Christmas and Easter.
It is a requirement to be a member of Haywards Heath U3A prior to joining the bridge group.
Stitch & Knit:
We are a group of ladies who belong to Haywards Heath & District u3a. We enjoy many aspects of sewing and knitting and help each other with any problems encountered on our projects. Whether you have limited knowledge of sewing and knitting or are extremely proficient, you will be made most welcome.
We meet on the first and third Friday of the month from 2pm until 4pm at Franklands Village Hall.
If you would like to join us you will need to be a member of Haywards Heath & District u3a. Further information can be found on the Haywards Heath & District u3a website: www.haywardsheathu3a.org.uk.
The leader of the group is Pam Wheeler (telephone: 01444 483441), and the Convenor is Wendy Greig (telephone 01444 414846).
Debonair Dancing was established in 2000 by David, a professional teacher, who has been associated with dancing for many years. Keen to offer dancers at all levels an opportunity to enjoy Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing. Dancing is an opportunity to socialise with other dancers whilst enjoying inspirational music in a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere.
The first and last Monday of every month at Franklands Village Hall is dedicated to social and practice sessions from 7 to 9pm. All newcomers will always be given a warm welcome, especially those who are just beginning. Beginners/improvers classes are often available and private tuition by appointment.
Contact David who will be pleased give you further information.
Looking forward to your company.
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Franklands Village Women’s Institute
We meet on the 1st Thursday every month (except June) – Commence at 7-30 p.m.
Variety of speakers, Quizzes, Outings, Lunches, etc., for more information call: 01444 458879; 01444 451639